50 years ago, in April 1968, EIZO was born, an important milestone in the history of visual display technology. During the past five decades, EIZO grew from humble beginnings as a small manufacturer, to a brand loved by many around the world. At the centre of EIZO is our dedication to excellence.
Over two weeks, from the 19th to 29th March, visitors to the Art Gallery of NSW were in for a special treat - the rare opportunity to see the work that goes on behind closed doors, and first-hand experience with the role EIZO monitors play in the workflow.
Wesley Wong, Master Printer and founder of Giclee Art Sdn Bhd (Malaysia) is an EIZO Ambassador and sought after creative professional in the Asia Pacific region. His workflow, he says, will continue to be anchored by EIZO monitors which, without doubt, offer the best viewing reference.
Think all monitors are made the same? Well, most are, with mediocre specs. They compete on price to become a part of your workflow. However, some monitors are built with pride, to elevate your work, and your experience. Would you rather work on a cookie-cutter, off-the-shelf monitor, or on a professional monitor that your creative work deserves?
Looking to boost productivity and aesthetics in the workplace? After having deployed the FlexScan EV2785 in many large and small offices in the Asia Pacific region, we've identified 4 clear reasons why it's the right monitor for you too.
“The most important tool but also the weakest link in the modern photographer’s workflow is the monitor”, says James Tan, FMPA (UK), Ilford Master and Canon Master Printmaker. “The quality of monitors directly affects the accuracy of how the digital image is rendered.” Truer words have not been spoken. Here’s an in-depth look at the Master Printer’s career and workflow, and a wealth of knowledge that will help you produce your best work.
Tony Hewitt is no stranger to the photography world. AIPP's (Australian Institute of Professional Photography) "Grand Master of Photography", Tony shoots with a compelling style and his work has garnered legions of enthusiasts and professionals following in his footsteps.
A quick peek at EIZO user and Capture Magazine's Emerging Landscape Photographer of the Year (2017), Jannick Clausen and some of his work.
Alexander Heinrichs is a professional photographer based in Aschaffenburg, near Frankfurt in Germany. A visit to his big loft-studio takes one into a fascinating world of advertorial photography. You'll see pieces ranging from still-life to people and fashion. He has been taking pictures for over 30 years and in 2005 he decided to turn his passion into a full-time job. His clients include well-known companies such as Nintendo, DPD, and Adobe. He also does all kinds of post-production like retouching or composing as part of his job.
As a hobbyist photographer, prior to my present gig, I’ve always wondered why there was a difference between the colours of an object (or scenery), when I saw it through my camera, on my monitor, and finally, on print! If it is the same object, with the surroundings remaining unchanged, shouldn’t the image be the same through any medium? It was only when I met a professional photographer, by chance, and asked him of this occurrence that I was enlightened.
EIZO now supports 13 new paper types from ILFORD and Pictorico via Quick Color Match – a screen-to-print colour matching software solution that simplifies colour management settings for photographers.