Discussion in 'photography, graphics & art' started by wolfism, Aug 14, 2009.
No, I print from jpeg
What the fuck does HDTV have to do with this?
I have a CRT screen which I like to sharpen on, I also have a laptop with a tft screen but it is pants for photo editing plus its impossible to set the blackpoint on.
I'm just confused about these 47 inch 'HD' monitors with 'far higher than normal resolutions'. As far as I know, graphics houses and photogs use monitors like Eizo, LaCie and Apple. I've got one myself, and whilst it's an excellent monitor, its resolution is standard and its dynamic range is the same as any good LCD.
One thing's for sure: when I look at these threads and read all this technical talk, I expect to go to the threads where the actual photos are put up, and see a bunch of incredible photographic masterpieces.
I shoot in RAW because i'm always looking for a stunning picture that i can blow up to A3 and put on the wall. Unfortunately that very rarely happens but i live in hope.
I used to do that.
Now I've given up and I shoot in the smallest resolution (but high quality) to save the computer's processor
Sorely disappointed, Mr Everyman?
*taps nose* don't you know.
Any chance of getting this in English?
Which words didn't you understand?
I understand every word. It's the way in which you have them combined.
For example: 'taps nose'.
Are you taking cocaine?
You are really shit at avoiding answering questions without coming off as a cunt.
I said: I don't understand what you're saying.
You respond with some sort of dissembling, meaning that an actual serious discussion won't be possible.
What were you expecting after that?
You don't understand "sorley diappointed" or the phrase "Mr. Everyman" (said with irony )?
No. I didn't understand what you meant in that first post about 'everyman' and 'taps nose'.
I knew there was a reason why I typically avoid interacting with you.
it's all gawn a bit potty mouthed in here....
No it fucking hasn't
I would also like to know the relevance to the discussion.
I can see why dynamic range might be relevant, but not resolution.
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