That is odd that the CMYK values would shift after calibrating your monitor. Calibrating your monitor doesn't change the values of the step tablet. The RGB values remained correct though. I only use the RGB values, not CMYK. I think you will be fine.
On Jul 26, 2008, at 3:35:25 AM, Jusdado <email@example.com> wrote:
Hello to all:
Before calibrate my monitor with "Eye-One Display 2", the values RGB and
CMYK measured in Photoshop for the Step Tablet 101 PDN were:
White Pure: RGB=255; C=0%, M=0%, Y=0%, K=0%
Black Pure: RGB = 0; C=100%, M=100%, Y=100%, K=100%.
After calibrate the monitor with "Eye-One Display 2", the values RGB and
CMYK measured in Photoshop for Step Tablet 101 PDN are:
White Pure: RGB=255; C=0%, M=0%, Y=0%, K=0%.
Black Pure: RGB = 0; C=95%, M=83%, Y=82%, K=90%
1. - that has happened?
2. - can I consider black pure the current values?.
3. - will I have to adjust another time my curves?.
Thank you and pardon for my English, text translates for computer.