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Reasons Pros Use EIZO Monitors

Reasons Pros Use EIZO Monitors - Find out some of the reasons behind why pros are choosing EIZO monitors.

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High-Quality Resolution

Tim Flach produces 'hyper-real' images which can be over 10 feet long, so high-quality resolution is something he must have in his display. When editing, the control Tim has is of an exceptionally high level as the smallest of edits to delicate hair etc. need to be made and this is why Tim puts his trust in EIZO monitors: "When working to such detail and exact colour tones that I require for my hyper real animal images, EIZO’s calibrated screens are as you expect, precise, reliable and second to none."

Similarly, photographer Perou has work blown up to fit bill boards so resolution and pixel quality needs to be perfect and a precise, reliable monitor ensures edits can be made at this high resolution. "It's important to me to see every detail of an image. I like the resolution of the screen," says Perou. 

Reliable Colour Calibration

This saves time for pros such as Tim, Perou and other photographers. When you have a reliable screen that will hold contrast and colour for a few days it brings peace of mind that what you're working on represents colours accurately. For retouching houses this is important as they can ensure reliable matching occurs between all monitors used and they know what the client will see is accurate, too. 

Monitor View & Hard Copies

Photographers trust that EIZO monitors will produce images on screen that match what's seen in print. In a recent case study Tim Flach says: "I am not even conscious of the transition between screen and print."

Visit the EIZO UK website for more information on the photographers and companies who use EIZO monitors. 

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