Photography Case Studies
Jackie Ranken is an Australian-born landscape art photographer with over 35 years of experience with the visual arts. A multi-award winner, Jackie has been an international awards judge since 2002.
Unlike other equipment, my monitor doesn’t tell me how to work. Instead, it facilitates my work. Be it an extreme like representing an iPad, or a highly fluorescent pre-press standard with insane levels of fluorescence on paper and press to get skin tones and ethnicities correct, and it self-calibrates automatically to mimic those standards.
My advice to photographers, who are serious about their work, is to invest in a good monitor and learn the importance of working in a colour managed environment. Without that, they could be capturing anything but they’d see it differently on screen, and print it even worse.
Eric Dinardi is a commercial photographer based in Indonesia. Having worked in several genres of photography since 2004, he found his passion in food, architecture and product photography. Read more...
BUTTER. is an owner-run, independent creative agency based in Düsseldorf and Berlin, Germany. Founded in 1995 by Werner Butter, the agency has over 100 employees and develops communication solutions for its customers across all media frontiers.
“When working to such detail and exact colour tones that I require for my hyper real animal images, EIZO’s calibrated screens are as you expect, precise, reliable and second to none.” Tim Flach, Internationally acclaimed Award-winning Fine Art animal Photographer
“The best thing about the Eizo monitors is that after our long hours of staring at the displays doing retouch work, our eyes are physically less tired than using any other monitors we have ever worked with,” said Ed Canas, General Manager at SBD West Hollywood.