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binary visions wrote:
Should be easy to do some of your own printed comparisons.
I'd be leery of trusting anything displayed on the monitor as a faithful representation of a print. Backlit vs. reflective, ink drops vs. pixels, pigment color vs. RGB, etc.
Well the backlit vs reflective thing is easy, just turn your brightness down to the proper level, about 90 cd/m2....
pigment color? what's that? RA4 all the way!!
Ink drops vs. pixels, that's about the most valid argument, except that RA4 prints dont show ink drops either...they're pixels as well......BUT, i've found that monitors display noise a lot worse than you ever get on a print, so if it looks noisy on screen (at print size), you generally wont notice it on a print....prints are way more forgiving than a monitor....that being said, my monitor matches my prints VERY well, prob by about 98% or better, when it comes to color, density and sharpness....not even an expensive monitor....dell ultrasharp....it's not hard to do and be comfortable with......