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wolfnowl

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Chase Jarvis having too much fun: http://blog.chasejarvis.com/blog/2013/05/color-photograph-samsung-series-9-monitor/

Mike.

Spectacular but it's a lot of work. The result is really worth it, though.
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Was scratching my head over the 'pre-calibrated' Samsung monitors, though.  Especially since the general wisdom is to recalibrate once a month or so, and these apparently come set at "Brightness 285 cd/mē" from the specs.

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Isn't this idea a rip off of a tv commercial series for Sony tv sets that ran some years ago? I seem to remember paints and tall buildings... but it might also have been for cars, instead.

Even back in the 60s, it was the commercials I remembered and seldom the products. Those girls on desert islands, coconuts, impossibly white sand,  footprints, surf, oiled skin - was it cigars, cosmetics, sweets or all of them together? - maybe I'm confusing tv with moments of my own distant life? Whatever, the colours idea isn't new.

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