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Troubleshooting Monitor Calibration & Profi...

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Colour management hardware and software has matured to a level where it is easy to get really good results. However, things can and do go wrong, even for those of us who’ve been doing this for nearly 20 years. In this blog I’ll outline a few of the problems you may encounter when calibrating and […]

Achieving 10 Bit Display

Achieving 10 Bit Display

Many of the monitors that we sell are capable of displaying in 10-bit. This means that instead of each screen pixel being represented by 8 bits of information you get 10 bits. With 8 bits you have 256 values possible in each colour channel (red, green and blue). 256 cubed equals 16.7 million possible colour […]

Advanced EIZO ColorNavigator Tips & Tricks

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In a previous post I went through setting up a new calibration target in ColorNavigator instead of the slightly questionable defaults. You can read that post here. This post will continue looking at ColorNavigator to help you get the most out of it. Validation Let’s face it we all need a little validation now and […]

OS X Mavericks Compatibility

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The new version of Mac OS X – Mavericks has been out for a few days now and we have gathered as much compatibility data as we can from our manufacturers. We will keep updating this post as we get more information and feedback from users and our own testing. I would urge you not […]

Which is the best RGB Working Space?

sRGB = Blue
Adobe RGB = Green
ProPhoto RGB = Red

I often get asked by customers which Photoshop RGB working space profile they should be using – sRGB, Adobe RGB or ProPhoto RGB – and they are often a little frustrated that I don’t offer a definitive opinion. I ask them if or how they print their images, if their images get used on the […]

Creating Calibration Targets with EIZO ColorNav...

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The EIZO ColorNavigator software that comes with the ColorEdge range of monitors is very easy to use and produces very accurate calibrations and profiles, but it is let down by the default calibration targets. Three targets are offered: Photography, Printing and Web Design. Unfortunately none of them really suit most users or the industries they […]

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