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24 inch for graphic works

Papuzna
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Hello

i need a good monitor for graphics works. Principal working with drawing and paintings. Some of i have to print , so may i need adobe rgb colors?  Or just full srgb? I dont know. 

Lokeed at this one https://www.amazon.it/BenQ-BL2420PT-Monitor-Designer-Risoluzione/dp/B00UAMYTR8/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8 

 

how it is? Any advice? I do stuff for web and also for printing

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17 minutes ago, Papuzna said:

Hello

i need a good monitor for graphics works. Principal working with drawing and paintings. Some of i have to print , so may i need adobe rgb colors?  Or just full srgb? I dont know. 

Lokeed at this one https://www.amazon.it/BenQ-BL2420PT-Monitor-Designer-Risoluzione/dp/B00UAMYTR8/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8 

 

how it is? Any advice? I do stuff for web and also for printing

Full sRGB is always fun, more colors to work with.

BUT, whenever you print anything, you MUST use (or convert your atwork) to CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and K (Black) in your files
Because the printers use a different process than screens for colors. (screens add colors together while ink removes them)

but regardless of the monitor you're getting, get it color calibrated. 

Its a good monitor, but maybe a bit small imo.

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11 hours ago, givingtnt said:

Full sRGB is always fun, more colors to work with.

BUT, whenever you print anything, you MUST use (or convert your atwork) to CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and K (Black) in your files
Because the printers use a different process than screens for colors. (screens add colors together while ink removes them)

but regardless of the monitor you're getting, get it color calibrated. 

Its a good monitor, but maybe a bit small imo.

No 24 is really fine. I d love a good 21.5 ips, but 24 is fine.

so i just need srgb coverage? No rgb? Yeah know about the exporting

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7 hours ago, Papuzna said:

No 24 is really fine. I d love a good 21.5 ips, but 24 is fine.

so i just need srgb coverage? No rgb? Yeah know about the exporting

Srgb stands for Standard rgb. So yeah, its fine.

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2 hours ago, givingtnt said:

Srgb stands for Standard rgb. So yeah, its fine.

I mean i dont need adobe rgb for printing?

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