Tuesday, January 07, 2014
Jas, great question and thanks for asking! I prefer the XRite devices over some of the rest only because the ease of use, programming and cost. Some of the key things you should be looking for is that your calibration device can do Luminance, White Point and Gamma, those are all very important in the process kind of like ISO, shutter speed, and F-Stop is to your exposure. I will be publishing a full article by weeks end to walk you through some of the key points, but at this point I would look at the i1 Display Pro (around $275.00) or the ColorMunki Display (around $160.00), both are nice models and both do projectors as well as monitors. Please look for the article by Friday and hope this helps!Rick
Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Alright, the first Blog post on the Rick Trummer Consulting Website! My hope is that this can be used as a question and answer area of the site to better communicate with all that use my consulting services, so ask away. I get a lot of calls during the day which I love to take, but if you just have a quick question and don't think you need to call, just post and the hope is we can work as a team to get the best solutions out there. I work with a lot of industry leaders, so this should be a great resource for you. Thank you all for the last few months as I have transitioned into my new work, you can't believe how much I appreciate the support of all of you. Let's talk soon! For more click here.