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First of all, I'm going to give you a little bit of information on how to set up your Adobe Photoshop.
First of all, since you were editing the images and colors, you want to be in an environment that is neutrally colored as possible because you don’t want colors from your environment to be reflecting onto your screen and affecting it. Also your desk top background should be a nice boring gray color as you can see here. I’ve set mine up to be nice and boring and gray.
Most people generally put some kind of cool pictures on their background, but can actually affect your eyes, and the way you see the color on your documents. So it’s generally best to have a dull, gray background. Also similarly your clothes can reflect onto the screen so you should be wearing black clothes, dark color clothes and you want to have some really good lighting surrounding you maybe really consistent not necessarily too bright, not reflecting at the screen.
In fact you probably don’t want to have any windows in the room if you’re going to be doing high end image editing. You want to be nice and dark so that all you see is the screen. And all you see is the true color. So that’s how you should set up the background of your Adobe Photoshop.