• Posted on 9 October 2019

    Review: EIZO CG2730 monitor

    The EIZO CG2730 with an image that I shot in Antarctica with the Nikon Z7   Introduction Little over a year ago, I wrote a review on my EIZO CG247X that I got as a replacement for my trusty CG245W, the world’s first self-calibrating monitor. The downside to having offices in two countries, T > Read More....

  • Posted on 23 May 2019

    How I manage my data

    Mission control in South Africa.   Introduction When I first started in photography, there was no method to my data management madness. When shooting on location, I downloaded my cards onto my laptop and upon my return home I copied everything onto my computer. Every now and then I would make a > Read More....

  • Posted on 21 December 2017

    Review: EIZO CG247X

    Introduction For the past six years, I have been doing all my processing on an EIZO CG245W – the world’s first self-calibrating monitor – and it’s still going strong. It wasn’t cheap, but if you’re serious about your photography, it makes very little sense to get yourself the bes > Read More....

  • Posted on 31 December 2011

    Review: EIZO ColorEdge CG245W

    My first serious computer monitor was a LaCie Electron Blue IV, an incredibly heavy, blue beast. It served me well for many years, until recently. It can no longer reach the desired brightness, so I had to start looking for an alternative. At the time when I bought the massive LaCie CRT screen, it w > Read More....

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