The Wrong Monitor Could Ruin Your Images!

Go for the wrong monitor and you could end up with pictures that look completely different on other screens and when printed. They will display the wrong colours meaning you are essentially working blind.

A good monitor for photography and photo editing needs to have a wide colour gamut, large colour range and a high static contrast ratio so you see what your images really look like before, during and after you edit them.

We search the market to bring you the best monitors available for colour critical work so you can be confident your images will look great when you\'re done.

Read the reviews below to find the right monitor for you.

If all the terms used are confusing you, read our glossary of terms, understand the technologies used or click the links below to read our reviews.

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The Latest In Great Colour From Asus – The PA248Q

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When we learned the Asus PA248Q had all the tech the pros use when perfecting pictures but cost around £360 from Amazon, our ears pricked up. So, naturally, we took it for a spin to see if it...

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The Best Colour Reproduction At A Great Price – The Asus PA238Q 23”

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We can't believe the performance this monitor offers for the price, normally you would pay over twice this much for this kind of colour accuracy. Asus calibrate the monitor in manufacture so you...

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Best All Rounder – Dell Ultrasharp U2312HM

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The Dell U2312HM is certainly one of the best monitors for photography in the budget price range. Dell’s e-IPS panel uses TFT-LCD technology and makes for a bright monitor with good colour...

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Best Budget Option – AOC i2353Fh 23” Review

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The AOC i2353FH is also one of the best looking monitors on the market and will look great in any living room, bedroom or office. Of course, you don’t get an IPS monitor at this great price without...

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Great Performer – Eizo ColorEdge CG223W 22″ Review

Put simply the Eizo ColorEdge CG223W 22" Widescreen LCD Display is one of the best monitors for photography on the market - but it costs a bit. It offers best in range performance and is supported by...

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Apple Thunderbolt 27″ Monitor

Great design, super fast connectivity and a very bright screen, the Apple Thunderbolt 27” monitor is an excellent piece of kit but you’re going to need a Thunderbolt-equipped Mac in order to use...

Monitors For Photography Explained

So, you’re looking for a monitor for photography that is suitable for editing photographs and other graphics based work, but where do you start? Well either read our introduction to photographers monitors or go straight to our recommended best buys If you’re new to the world of computer monitors you may be finding some of the technical terms and technology a bit bewildering. To try and clear things up, we’re going to outline some of the key elements you need to know...

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Jargon busted – explanation of the specifications of monitors for photography

Now we’ve got an idea about the technologies behind the screens, let’s have a look at some qualities of monitors and how they‘re relevant to working with photographs and graphics. Colour Gamut Put simply, the colour gamut of a monitor is the range of colours it is capable of displaying. A good monitor will have a wide colour gamut, often measured against the Adobe RGB spectrum. Ideally, a monitor for photography will cover at least the sRGB spectrum and further...

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Asus PA238Q vs Dell U2312 – The Best Monitors For Photography and Editing Under £300 Go Head To Head

The Dell UltraSharp 2312HM and the Asus PA238Q are both high quality monitors designed for photographers. They have all the qualities you’d want in a monitor for colour critical work and the best part is they are both under £300! We’re going to pit them head-to-head to see which is the best monitor for photography in the budget price range; the Dell UltraSharp 2312HM or the Asus PA238Q.   Dell U2314HM Asus PA238Q Price ...

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Which Photo Editing Software Package?

There is a lot of software available on the market catering to different levels of expertise and needs, meaning it can be tricky to decide which to pick. The short answer? If you can afford it, buy Photoshop. If you can't justify the hefty price tag consider Photoshop Elements or Corel Paintshop Pro. Adobe Photoshop Photoshop has been the market leader pretty much for ever, and with good reason. It is the most comprehensive package for photo manipulation and is the...

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NEC PA241W 24” Monitor Review

The NEC PA241W is high quality monitor aimed at photographers and other colour professionals. The 24” p-IPS panel is capable of 10-bit colour and uses a 14-bit 3D LUT. The NEC PA241W has an extended colour gamut and after calibration has superb colour accuracy. Click Here For More Info And Prices (more...)

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