Hi guys. I've been playing around with my i1 Display 2 in HFCR, adjusting color and greyscale, and having a good time doing it.
I'm interested in learning as much as I can about professional screen calibration. Not just enthusiast level but professional level, like the guys in the ISF calibrators thread. That being said, I'm usually pretty good at being a self starter and finding relevant content on google.
I've noticed two things however: first, there seems to be a huge gap between the pros and the DVD disk calibrators. Second, there doesn't seem to be a good central source of knowledge on the subject. There are tons of threads talking about this aspect of calibration or that aspect, but nothing that starts slowly and goes on to higher level stuff. Information on the forums is very inconsistent like that. So I wonder, how do the pros get their expertise? Am I missing some super-awesome website that I just haven't found?
How is the ISF certification course? Do you learn most of what you need to be a pro there? Is the course actually good for learning, or is it more of a "you should already know this stuff" kind of certification course?
I'm sorry if this is asked to death, but I'm having a hard time getting started in my learning and it's not motivating to try and piece together a big puzzle with scraps of information here and there on the forums!