Can you really use a $1000 monitor for professional grading?
email@example.com (RedShark News Staff)
The democratisation of technology continues unabated, and one area in which this is becoming most noticeable is when it comes to affordable colour accurate monitors. Last year we interviewed colouristAndrea Vassalini about how he uses the Asus ProArt monitors, and how he thinks they empower producers on lower budgets. (...)
The curated resource listed in this section (News & Opinions) is provided as-is. While the editorial team did go over the material to evaluate the content at the time of the publication, it cannot vouch for its usefulness or relevance. Links are dynamic by nature and the content may change or disapear at any time. Furthermore, please note that unless otherwise noted, Videocide has no association with and does not endorse, promote or profit from the business or authors that publish the said material. View at your own risk.
Videocide.com is service provided by Codecide, a company located in Chicago, IL USA.