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[*] Post 390060 posted on 4-10-2009 at 15:19 Reply With Quote
Making the switch to flatscreen

My CRT is on its last legs. I have to bite the bullet and get a new monitor in the very near future.

What is going to be the biggest obstacles in adjusting to a flat screen for me as a photographer?

Keep in mind I have a Huey on my rig that calibrates the monitor for working on photos.

I've used my step-daughter's computer which has a flat screen and kind of like it.

Thoughts from those photogs and graphics types who have gone before, please.
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[*] Post 390062 posted on 4-10-2009 at 15:23 Reply With Quote

The teen has a flat screen and enjoys using it for looking her photography but she's not a professional RW.
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[*] Post 390063 posted on 4-10-2009 at 17:22 Reply With Quote

Have a look here Redwolf.

Whatever you go for it might be outdated.
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