Calibrator & Colour Accurate Monitor
Part of many photographers workflow includes editing images captured to represent, enhance or reflect the image, an idea or concept. Photographers need to calibrate their monitor/laptop as the monitor/laptop exhibits a reduction of brightness and colour shift over time which can highly affect accuracy when editing and its final output. Calibrators measure the colour output from your display and what it should be and adjust it within the software to ensure accurate colours. However, when editing photos, it is also worthwhile to invest in a colour accurate monitor.
Photographers are encouraged to shoot RAW. This is because the RAW file format allows photographers to capture all image data recorded by the camera. The RAW file enables photographers to produce high-quality images, correct problematic images that would be unrecoverable if shot in JPEC format.
BenQ Photography monitors feature 99% Adobe RGB which is the same colour space as shooting RAW. This would enable photographers to edit on the display that accurately depicts the colours captured and allow more precise editing and predictable results.
BenQ Photography monitors also are hardware calibrated not software. Software calibration on a normal display adjusts the output parameter of the graphic cards directly, which can cause discontinuity of colour transition. Hardware calibration is developed by BenQ to conduct calibration int the monitor. The data is saved in the 3D-LUT in the monitor hardware, which can display more accurate colours and retain the maximum colour depth.