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Hey, I am about to buy a new monitor as mine is a bear to keep properly calibrated, I dont need a big one since I'll still use my regular montor for everything and I'll adda 3rd screen for proper coloring and such. I was considering a Acer CB281HK, a 28 inch 4k UHD with IPS. its at the local best buy and is close to what I was thinking of spending... 500 was my limit and was aiming for 3-400. It also has 1ms response, 100,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast , 300 cd/m2 brightness, and 3850x2160 resolution.... most of that I dont know much about since I am dumb when it comes to monitor stats lol Is this a pretty good monitor or should I be looking at something else? Before I buy anything I figured I should run it past people with experience. Thanks.
Hi I have been using an iMac for a few months now. I used to use a PC prior to that. When I view my recently uploaded images on Alamy on my PC monitor (used to be calibrated regularly), they appear to be much darker and more contrasty than my intention. Is this a common problem/issue with iMac? Any suggestions would be very much appreciated. I am also curious about how my images appear on other people's monitors. Can anyone spare a minute or so to look through my images and make a comment in terms of brightness and contrast? The first few pages (120 images on a page) are done with iMac. Sung
I have been using iMac now for a few weeks. I used iMac's own monitor calibration function and I found the calibration very close to that of my pc monitor which was calibrated with Spider 2. How do you calibrate your iMac? (I know this topic was covered in the old forum but I didn't manage to print it beforehand.) Any tips and advices, please? My iMac monitor adjust brightness automatically according to the ambient light (I chose this option). How accurate do you find this automatic adjustment? Or is it better to turn this off? Is Spider 2 still good/current enough to calibrate iMac? How do you control the ambient light where your workstation is? I am asking this questions as the images, which I edited and uploaded a few days ago, now look a bit darker than I intended. Obviously the ambient light now and then is different. Your comments will be very much appreciated. Sung