I use DVE (Digital Video Essentials) and seems to do an OK job.
Hmmm my photography tutor said- I should calibrate my screen- truth is I know I should, but have been putting it off- anyone got any advice on the following- "spyder" vs "hughie" vs "color munki"
and- can one be hired? he he who wants to hire me one?
may be short term fix- until my money tree grows more leaves........
Only ever had one printed and that's a BW affair that came out sweet as, it's now part of the NZFM Auckland Exhibition at kinder House if you would like to check it out and is for sale at a messily $300 should you feel flush
I think $300 is a fair price - I want to buy it
I;d strongly recomend a proper screen calibration device even if you dont print, a photo shop may rent one.
Canon 5DmkII, 400L, Canon 17-40L, Canon 24mmf3.5 TS-E, Canon 70-200f2.8L, Tamron 90mm SP AF Di f2.8 Macro, Sigma 50mmf1.4 EX HSM, Nissin Di866 flash, Manfrotto 190xprob & Markins Q3t head, Lee filters, Lowepro Flipside 400AW, Yong Nuo rf 602 triggers.
mmmm- not the one I work at hey maybe I can convince the boss we NEED one!
Id have to say its for the pc's cos the NORITSU has its calibrator built in.
could be a plan...........