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Ips Monitors For Photo Editing
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Does anyone find my borders annoying? Would you prefer it if there were no borders? Also, is this image too bright?
Again, at what seems to be my usual spot, practicing. This time on a clear night …. I seem to prefer clouds. I know I overcooked the colors a lot but when I decreased the contrast and de-saturated the colors I just didn’t care for it much. I’m going to try and tone down future images, or at least limit HDR, and / or try to make it hard to determine if HDR was even used. I’m just playing around and experimenting.
EDIT: This is a sunset. I should have mentioned it. Sorry.
Thanks for taking the time to view my image. :)
Camera: Canon 40D
Lens: Tokina 11-16 f/2.8 (16mm)
Tripod: Manfrotto 055XPROB + Manfrotto 498RC2 Ball Head
Tokina 11-16 ( 16 mm)
HDR (3 exposures)
ISO Speed 100
Software: Adobe Lightroom 3, hdrsoft Photomatix Pro 3.2, Adobe Photoshop CS5
Dell U2311H 23" IPS LCD Monitor ...Uncalibrated ... sorry :(
2011-03-12 - New Monitor
12 March 2011 (071): Picked up my new monitor today. It's the one on the right, a Dell U2311H IPS 1920x1080 screen.
The smaller TFT is what I was using originally, a paltry 1024x768 resolution which made it difficult to do anything like photo editing, video editing, programming or running more than one application at any one time.
I've now put the older monitor to use as a secondary display. I'll use it for keeping an eye on Twitter, reading/watching guidance text/videos, displaying news updates etc.
Ultimately though, the smaller monitor will be retired as I intend to get a second Dell unit. The new monitor is that much sharper and clearer than the old which really looks fuzzy in comparison.
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