Hi I have a problem. I have just edited some photos from a photoshoot and on my calibrated display they look great. They look just as great on my other desktop with a crappy cheap monitor, just as they do on my phone and on my tablet. But on my TV (Sony, from the 1200$ region) they look horrendous! The problem is that we shot against an almost dark background and in PP I hid that background completely. Or so I tried. On all the other monitors except the TV, all the photos have smooth background and so on but on my TV it seems like the black levels are either 0 (completely black) or 50 (somewhat dark grey). If something is not completely black on the photo, it gets boosted up to at least 50. The numbers are imaginary, just for you to get my problem. What should I do? It's way too much work to go through all the photos and make them look good on my TV, especially considering that they look good on everything else. I could drop the PP of the background but I really like it. The place wasn't a real photo studio so we had to work with what we got and as it was daytime we couldn't get the background completely dark. Here is an example for you to see what I mean. On this photo the problems are where the dark background ends and the subjects highlights begin. View attachment 382460 Netti-HSA-80 by matiasloyt, on Flickr All advices and criticism are welcome!