You are using at least a 100% sRGB monitor for developing right?[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]Camera-Specific Properties:Camera SoftwareAdobe Photoshop CS6 (Windows)Image-Specific Properties:Image OrientationTop, Left-HandHorizontal Resolution300 dpiVertical Resolution300 dpiImage Created2018:06:14 11:52:24Color Space InformationUncalibratedImage Width900Image Height978
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>>4062497I'll put 100% of my sRGB dick in your ass faggot
>>4062497Nah, I use a gaming monitor lmfaoMonitorfags are the worst, lowest type of gearfag.
what is this, 2012? even my phone has 100% srgb these days
>>4062497My monitor is assembled from scrap parts so idk
no, I use my 55" TV as my primary monitor. jej
>>4062565As long as it's a lg c series oled you're golden
>>4062497You're clamping to srgb right, even if you have a wider gamut monitor?(And no, of course no one here can answer this question, they're too poor for a monitor calibration device)
>>4062497why yes, i use an eizo monitor that's calibrated, how could you tell?
>>4062497>100% sRGBAre you shooting ads for Coke? If not, why you are obsessed with 100% RGB?
>>4062574That’s my current setup. An LG C1 oled, calibrated with Calman Studio. Pure bliss.
>>4062497I prefer to live dangerously anon, try it sometime
wait... how are they showing the whole color space in that image when my monitor is only sRGB???
>>4062497Color gamut is mostly marketing hype. It doesn't matter if you have 100% sRGB, ARGB, or DCI-P3, if your display isn't calibrated weekly it's not color accurate. If it's not connected to your PC via a Pcie playback card it's not color accurate. If it's not run through a LUT box to prevent OS interference it's not color accurate. If you aren't in a color-treated room it's not accurate. Of course, I'm not saying you need these things for personal and even light professional work. I'm simply saying don't care about what % sRGB your display is, because it just doesn't matter.
>>4064513That’s right. I’d rather work on a limited monitor as long as it’s calibrated. Which for a hobbyist is enough. Want to go further? Profile your camera and the light conditions of your shoot with a color checker if you’re doing product photography or going commercial. I’ve seen people obsess over gear through marketing hype. But the basics still stand: Calibrated > anything elseOn a personal note, I think wide gamut monitors are a wrong tool on the wrong hands. People just watch the over saturated image and wow themselves over the ‘rich’ colors. Badly enough, their monitor isn’t profiled and the software they view their images doesn’t honor color profiles.
I use a photospectrometer and take pics in AdobeRGB
>>4062709>use calibrated monitor>forget to turn off f.lux>white balance fucked
>calibrate your shit so 99% of the people who view it on their phone screen with eye comfort shield or blue light filter on.
>>4062497my monitor can show about 1/3 of the sRGB color space
>>4064525I've seen that wide gamut phenomenon especially noticable on OLED computer monitors, where people simply grade what they see on the screen, and then are shocked when the image looks flat on their phone or TV.
>>4064800>$200 budgetLMFAOWell, put aside $150 for a colour calibration device, and scour craigslist for the best you can get for $50.I just sold an IPS 27" 1440p monitor with 120hz and Gsync for £40, so you should be able to find something ok.
Edited on Mac, viewed on Mac and iOSDuck calibration to anything else
>>4064820You want to use it about once every 3 months, and it will last for years, I've just upgraded my Spyder from about 10 years ago as I needed something that could do HDR screens.It's cheap as shit, it's really not worth umming and arring over. A $50 calibrated monitor is better than a $500 uncalibrated one, always has been, always will be.>>4064919You know Mac's are no better calibrated than anything else at a similar price point, right?
>>4062497even my cheapo benq sw270c hits 99% adobe rgb.
I have a tn 144hz gaymen monitor
>>4062497I just realized that my photos looked different on honeyview after editing compared to photoshop, more saturated. They only look the same as photoshop on windows' 11 photo viewer.Turns out I had my monitor set to adobeRGB, if I set it to sRGB they both look the same but everything look so much duller, what am I supposed to do?
>>4062709I have an eizo monitor and I calibrated it, now it looks worse, how am I supposed to do it properly?
>>4065100No point in argb if you're printing or posting online, 99% of the time they're gonna be locked to srgb. And movies and shit are srgb too. In fact first thing you'd do with a 100% argb monitor is clamp the color space to srgb.Different calibration devices allow different standards and work faster. If you're under 500 nits then a cheap one will be fine.
this is pointless for web publishing, right?everyone have a different screen, and most of the viewers has no clue about calibration
>>4065170Wrong.Being calibrated means that whatever you post will look as you intend on other people's monitors. Eyes are relative, not absolute, we all acclimatise to our own equipment, if the colour is correct on your monitor, it will look correct on someone else's. If your monitor is too blue, and someone else's too yellow, then your images will look piss soaked on their screen, to you and them.
>>4065496The correct answer is "it depends".Gamut isn't everything
>>4065170That's true enough, however using a better, more color-accurate monitor to get the best colors out of your image will futureproof your photo as technology developes.
>>4065172Even if your color is correct on your calibrated monitor, it will still look incorrect in another person's monitor if they're monitor is shit
>>4065502>they're>>4065172It means it will look as intended when you use it across calibrated devices, but it's far from the end of the story. Getting the color right when printing can be a pain in the ass, ICC and calibration aside.
>>4065502It will look exactly like the viewer expects it to look. The guy with the shit monitor, that he looks at every day, isn't going to suddenly go "your photo looks bad" because of his monitor.But if your monitor is off, your images will look off to everyone else, including people who have identical monitor colour reproduction to you.Our eyes are much more relative than they are absolute.>>4065496Do you need over 100% srgb?What's the contrast ratio?What's the peak brightness?What's the pixel pitch?Gamut is just one facet of a monitor.
>>4065496if it’s VA than noVA is not even worth calibrating
>>4065649It's not 2006 anymore, colour accuracy on VA is very nearly as good as ips, and still a shit ton better than tn.Yet ips still stuck with its 2006 tier 1000:1 contrast ratio.If I had to choose between IPS and va today, and I expect my work to mainly be viewed on a screen, then it'd be VA every time, as it's much closer to the contrast of oled mobile phone screens.With oled just round the corner, it's a shit time to buy any monitor though. Much brighter, infinite contrast, wider gamut, no backlight bleed, and just all round better I'm ready to relegate my ultrawide to 2nd monitor duties.
>>4065657VA is still shit and nothing has changed much in display technology, only in marketing !NEC and EIZO professional monitors still use IPSand there is still no adequate replacement on the horizon
>>4065657oled change color and uniformity with time too much I have two oled tvs sony a9f and lg gx
>>4065657also not all IPS is good Nec and eizo best models use Panasonic pro-IPSlower models and Dell mostly LG IPS which is so so
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