I am in need of the monitor that is going to be good for photo editing. So I’m looking for something which is going to show me something that’s closest to what the printed images is going to look like. I’ll be connecting the monitor to my lap top which ill use as a key board.
I’ve looks through the forums around this topic and I’m seeing words like collaborated monitors and I’m not to computer savy. I’m serious about editing my images and like print enlargements. I’m also starting to get some photography jobs and I don’t want to have spent the money on the good camera, spent the time having the best setting and getting a great shot then ruin the image because my computer let me down.
Im not sure how big I want it. Is there a standard size? I’m also not to sure about cost, a couple of hundred maybe (Australian $$$).
thanx in advance
Any monitor can be calibrated. I do not know any manufacturer that doesn't have oversatured color and brightness adjusted very high out of the factory.
I am using an Samsung T260. nothing but good thing to say about this little 25.5" monitor.
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