Posted 23 May 2006 - 11:39 AM
I have received some comments that the photos on my site are looking oversaturated. Perhaps I am overdoing it in photoshop. Pushing the colors too far might not be a good idea afterall. Furthermore, i work on my notebook and even if you move your head, colors change.
How can I get it right? I know that working on a CRT monitor is better and I might also need to invest in some calibration hardware. I am currently looking for a 19" and found a non-expensive Hyundai with 0.25mm dot pitch. After some browsing i found out that the smaller the dot picth is the better, but prices change considerably. Is a 0.25mm dot pitch enough for UW images?
I would be really grateful, to TFT, LCD and CRT users alike, if you could look at some of the pics and advise/comment on how do they look like (especially you guys who have a properly calibrated monitor )
Posted 13 June 2010 - 10:21 AM
Canon 350D - Sea and Sea housed - 60mm - 10-17mm - twin YS90's ( currently lent to Louise )
Sony PC1000 Video - Ikelite housed - twin Nocturnal slx 800i lights
Posted 13 June 2010 - 02:01 PM
Your link isnt working properly, well not for me anyway.
That's because the post is 4 years old and the website is now for sale:
Checking server [whois.namebright.com]
THIS DOMAIN IS FOR SALE
535 Clarkson Street
Denver, CO 80218
Registrar: NameBright.com (http://www.namebright.com)
Domain Name: DeepSnapper.com
Creation Date: 11/19/2008
Expiration Date: 11/19/2010
Last Updated Date: 2/4/2010
Domain Locked: True
Canon 50D / Subal / dual Inons