#MyEIZO, Inspiring workstations powered by EIZO monitors
Renowned Artist, Educator & Consultant, Dr Les Walkling, at his EIZO-powered workstation
EIZO monitors have played an integral role in countless creative workflows around the world. In a move to inspire aspiring designers, photographers, printmakers, video editors, colourists and other creatives, we're compiling pictures of workstations powered by EIZO monitors.
#MyEIZO represents the love these creative professionals have for EIZO monitors and their staunch endorsement of the brand as an integral part of their workflow.
You've seen their jaw-dropping work at exhibitions and galleries, and on magazines and social media. Like us, you'd have fallen in love with some of these pieces. Now, you'll get to go "behind the scenes" to see the workstations where the world's best creatives edit their work.
We will be unveiling one workstation every Tuesday, so be sure to follow us on Instagram or Facebook for your dose of weekly inspiration. Keep an eye out for #MyEIZO.
The workstations - Cameras, EIZO monitors, Graphics Devices and Printers
Chris Saunders is an award-winning accredited professional Perth based landscape photographer primarily focusing on aerial and abstract images of the Australian environment. His unique style brings a painterly feel to the genre that allows the images to take on ethereal forms from the captured light and textures.
He is the 2018 Australian Professional Photographer of the Year and Australian Landscape Photographer of the Year.
Adam Williams is an AIPP Master landscape photographer from Crescent Head, Australia.
With his groundbreaking work, Adam creates images based on his emotional reaction to life and its experiences. His inspiration for each image comes from various angles, from completely about the location and the way it felt (to him), to using the photo as a blank canvas and infusing his deepest inner emotions. ⠀
Adam is the AIPP NSW Professional Photographer of the year 2017 and AIPP NSW Landscape Photographer of the year 2017. ⠀
His workstation is powered by a FlexScan EV2450, which allows him the freedom to not just view accurate colours, but work from his "portable studio" moving all over Australia capturing stunning landscapes.
Chris Benny (Qube Productions)
Chris Benny specialises in the automotive sector, but his photography and video skills span a number of industries, including tourism, lifestyle and sport.
His company Qube Productions is a full-service production house catering to a range of photographic and cinematographic needs (incl. creative development, production & post production).
Christophe Benard is an architectural and commercial photographer based in Edmonton, Alberta.
Determined and meticulous by nature with an uncompromising eye for detail, Christophe is driven by challenging projects. His expertise in high-resolution photography, combined with advanced lighting and post-production techniques, results in powerful images that showcase clients' projects at their very best.
Christophe is an accredited member of the Professional Photographers of Canada, both in architectural and commercial photography.
His workstation consists of two EIZO monitors - a FlexScan SX2262W as a photo editing monitor, and a FlexScan EV2455 to review sRGB files.
Craig Parry is a multi award-winning oceanic and nature photographer of international acclaim, based in Byron Bay, Australia.
His fine art photography offers a unique insight into the world around us. Primarily focusing upon marine and landscape imagery, he presents his subjects in their natural environment to connect audiences with the environment. Portraying the obvious as abstract, Craig’s images are engaging and beautiful at the same time.
He is a Sony Global Ambassador and is regularly in pursuit of new adventures, and he can often be found working with the likes of National Geographic, Discovery Channel and Travel Channel.
Daniel Sommer is Sydney's premier headshot photographer and commercial retoucher.
He specialises in actor headshots, corporate headshots and executive portraits. His work has been published internationally and he has gained a lot of recognition in the past years.
Daniel is the first and only Peter Hurley Associate photographer to cover the entire East Coast of Australia. His work sees him traveling quite a bit between Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Daniel's workstation comprises of a ColorEdge CG2730, and a Drobo 5D, Wacom Intuos4 Tablet, UE Boom2 speaker, SanDisk Card reader, and Baxer Blue Glasses (anti strain, blue light).
Dave Laslett's unmistakably unique style of documentary photography was forged through years of self determination, experimentation and unflinching work ethic.
With his converted military troop carrier as his base/workspace, Dave travels through South Australia, the APY Lands and surrounding regions creaing amazing portraits and historical documentation focusing on the First Nations people of Australia.
Dave is also an accomplished commercial, landscape and sports photographer, with countless awards and exhibitions to his name.
And something else that's been an important part Dave's work - his mouse pad, an 8-year old Coober Pedy mining placemat!
Dennis Radermacher is an award-winning commercial photographer from Christchurch, New Zealand.
Through years of indulging his passion for photography, working with amazing people, landscapes and architectural wonders, Dennis possesses a thorough understanding of how people, spaces and environments interact.
He was the New Zealand Geographic Landscape Photographer of the Year (2014), and his work has been featured in publicationslike HOUSES, Interior, Architecture NZ, Abode, AA Directions and Wilderness to name a few.
Be it pictures of landscapes, architecture, commercial entities, or people, Dennis edits his photographs on his ColorEdge CG318 4K monitor.
Derek Wooden is a digital image capture professional based in Los Angeles.
His projects include commercial, sport and portrait photography to name a few. His work encompasses photography and digital tech, making him a versatile creative professional who expects nothing but the best from his equipment.
His amazing workstation/studio consists of TWO ColorEdge CG2730s and a CX241. The latter serves as a satellite monitor for photographers.
Forough Yavari is an AIPP accredited wedding and portrait photographer from Brisbane.
Specialising in 'natural photography', Forough has been shooting wedding, portrait and maternity photographs through her studio, Forever Your Photography (estd. in 2013).
She was AIPP's Queensland Portrait Photographerof the year (2017 & 2018) and Queensland Illustrative Photographer of the Year (2016).
Grace Costa is a commercial photographer and photo-based artist from Canberra.
As a commercial photographer, she works with corporate and government clients to deliver custom, branded imagery. Over the past 12 years, Grace has been a senior photographer for the Department of Defense.
As a photo-based artist, she exhibits and shares her work in galleries across Australia.
Grace's picture-perfect workstation comprises of a ColorEdge CG2730 photo editing monitor.
Isamu Sawa, born in Japan and raised in Australia, is one of Australia’s leading commercial photographers, with a career spanning more than 20 years.
He has worked for high-level commercial clients including Mercedes Benz, Mazda, Holden, Domaine Chandon and Penfolds.
His editorial work has also featured in GQ, The Age and Vogue magazines, shooting portraits of well-known identities including fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier, actor Geoffrey Rush and champion cyclist Cadel Evans.
Jannick Clausen is an AIPP accredited landscape photographer based in Brisbane.
A staunch supporter of Leave no Trace Australia, Jannick's passion for photography and the environment dates back to his early days.
He was AIPP's Queensland Epson Landscape and Professional Photographer of the Year in 2016. Subsequently, he was awarded the coveted title of AIPP Australian Landscape photographer of the Year. Jannick was also Capture Magazine's "Australia's Top Emerging Landscape Photographer" in 2017.
Jackie Ranken is an Australian born, multi-award winning landscape art photographer now living in New Zealand.
She has over thirty five years’ experience within the visual arts and has been an international awards judge since 2002.
Jackie was AIPP's Photographer of the Year (thrice), AIPP Landscape Photographer of the Year (thrice), NSW AIPP Photographer of the Year, the NZIPP Photographer of the Year (twice), NZIPP Creative Photographer of the Year, NZIPP Illustrative Photographer of the Year, Creative Portrait Photographer of the year, Travel Photographer of the Year and NZIPP Landscape Photographer of the Year (four times).
Julie Fletcher is a multi award winning professional photographer based in Kangaroo Island, SA.
Julie has been published worldwide and won many prestigious awards for her work. She achieved international recognition for her work in the 2013 National Geographic Nature Competition in which her signature image, “Graveyard”, was a finalist (from a whopping 8,000 entries that year!). She has been a finalist in the Australian Geographic Nature Competition every year for the last 6 years straight, and has emerged winner in 2 categories a year for 2 years, an unmatched feat!
Julie's workstation consists of a ColorEdge CG2730, and one that has many a tale attached to it.
In her words,
"I have a very modest setup but only use the best quality equipment to process my images.
I live in the outback and the room which my office is set up was the original post office for Marree in South Australia when the Ghan Train line was still operational. It still has all the original shelving and drawers.
Here you can see it still has the original old pencil sharpener in the right corner which I still use. That shelf runs right across about 6 metres, and this is where people use to come in and address envelopes and fill forms out etc. The opposite side is where they would go to get served.
Even the table that my computer is sitting on is an original, and although its been moved, it was used by post office staff back in the day. So basically, its the old mixed with the very new technology."
Check back next week for another awesome workspace.