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Best computer monitor for post work

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About Me and My Photography Experience:
I am a retired printer and live among the Redwood trees and near the coast in Northern California. I do some product and portrait photography as well as some graphic design. Having a second career that I love is a blessing. I have been taking photos for over fifty years and shot film for most of my life, but I love what I can do with a digital camera. My images are available at a store in town in the form of prints and cards. I volunteer shooting photos for the local repertory theater and the museum. I love to capture special moments and share those images with other people. It is my belief that a photo should tell a story or interest the viewer in exploring the scene further. I enjoy shooting landscapes because nature presents some very interesting scenes, none to be repeated exactly the same way again.
My Photography Equipment:
Olympus E3
Olympus E300
I have five Zuiko lenses:
12-60mm SWD,
14-45mm,
40-150mm
70-300 mm.
50mm, f/2.0 macro
Minolta srT101 film camera
Canon AE1 film camera
Two tripods, one monopod
Studio lights
Back drop
Various lens filters
Adobe Photoshop CS5
Adobe Lightroom 4
A Cokin filter system with three graduated and three solid ND filters
Contact:
P.O. Box 475
Ferndale, CA 95536

dtubbsjr@suddenlink.net

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Rose Through the Window

"lovely still, vintage¡¡¡"
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Rose Through the Window

A brilliant white rose is seen through the window in an old house.
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Dan Tubbs, Jr. replied to Dan Tubbs, Jr.'s discussion Best computer monitor for post work
"Thanks CameraClicker. I heard from a friend that Samsung makes their monitors. I knew my screen was too bright, but the monitor would not allow me to make the settings to brightness that my Spyder recommended. There are no profiles for this…"
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CameraClicker replied to Dan Tubbs, Jr.'s discussion Best computer monitor for post work
""The screen tries to correct brightness, but my prints still come out too dark." I went through a period of too dark prints when I got my Epson printer.  Epson's rep at a show simply said my monitor was too bright when questioned…"
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Melody Stella Fey left a comment for Dan Tubbs, Jr.
"Hi, thanks. I sure hope my artistic abilities to show up better through  the photos I take!"
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Dan Tubbs, Jr. replied to Dan Tubbs, Jr.'s discussion Best computer monitor for post work
"Thank you Gary and Anon for the information. I will check out both websites. I probably won't purchase the monitor until June or July, but I want to start checking out my options early. I appreciate your feedback."
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Anon A. Mouse replied to Dan Tubbs, Jr.'s discussion Best computer monitor for post work
"I suspect "Best Monitor" isn't as impossible to define as "Best Camera" but has a few of the same problems: mainly cost / budget, but to some extent intended use. If you can afford it I'd agree with Gary that the Eizo…"
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Gary Vernon replied to Dan Tubbs, Jr.'s discussion Best computer monitor for post work
"The monitor i use for editing is the Eizo self calibrating 27 inch.. http://www.eizo.com/global/products/coloredge/cg277/index.html I did away with ´third party´ calibration software a while back, the Eizo has it´s own internal…"
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Best computer monitor for post work

I am getting ready to have a new computer built and am looking for a new monitor. Does anyone have any suggestions for the best one for working with photographs? I have a Spyder Elite that I use to try to calibrate my current monitor (a generic model), but the monitor will not let me make the settings I need to do the job correctly. The screen tries to correct brightness, but my prints still come out too dark. Thanks for any suggestions you may have about a better monitor.See More
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Dan Tubbs, Jr. left a comment for Bebop
"Hi Bebop. Thanks for your kind comments on my Dirty Glass photo. We were at my wife's family reunion at Lake Tahoe and I was feeling a little like an outlaw with the in-laws, so I wandered around looking for something to photograph and found…"
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White Crocus

"Beautiful shot! We get our Crocus late in January just before the Daffodils. I love to see nature come back from winter."
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Wild Black Cherry Tree

"I love the starkness and simplicity of this image. The composition is great also. The diagonal lower left to upper right leads the eye into the photo."
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Dirty Glass

"Gorgeous color, composition and bokeh."
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At 5:14pm on April 18, 2014, Melody Stella Fey said…

Hi, thanks. I sure hope my artistic abilities to show up better through  the photos I take!

At 2:19pm on February 24, 2014, Adrianne Forrest said…

Thank you for your encouraging comments Dan, from someone such as yourself it is very much appreciated, Your work is the kind that I aspire to, I also had a look at your book and it is now on my 'Bucket list' for myself and my best friend. The poems and photo's go together so beautifully. Kind Regards  Ady

At 5:12pm on February 17, 2014, Julius A Titak Jr said…

Dan, your words are kind and sincerely appreciated!  Thank you...I look forward to seeing more of your captures, and talking to you in the near future.

At 11:59am on November 9, 2013, Don Roy said…

Diamond In The Rough 2., was taken on my second consecutive trip to that location, about 9:30am and about a 10 mile jaunt, I had to time my arrival (sun rising) to 30 minutes leeway for this pic.,

At 10:44am on October 7, 2013, Don Roy said…

"Miracles Do Happen"., I wanted to keep that small flower in the shadow so it would stand out., was a little afraid about not showing more to the right, but guess it worked out ok., thanks Dan!

At 9:35am on October 4, 2013, David Farmer said…

Enjoy your trip...take lots of pics!

At 2:41pm on August 2, 2013, Tina M. Harris said…

Thank you so much for telling me about Picture Social!  I am always looking for ways to connect with other photographers (and people who love photography), so this is great!

At 4:01pm on July 5, 2013, Don Roy said…

Shutes Bar 1850., yep that's old Santa., good to hear from you Dan.

At 10:21am on February 20, 2013, Marika Hyldmar said…

Hey Dan, thank you very much it means alot :)
your landscape photos are just fantastic, I will check the rest of your gallery out right away :)

At 10:25am on February 14, 2013, Havneet Pal Singh said…

Thank you Mr. Dan. The pleasure is mine that you accepted my friend request. Your work is amazing too. I enjoyed watching your pics...

Dan Tubbs, Jr.'s Blog

Winner at the county fair

Posted on August 17, 2012 at 11:16am 9 Comments

My photograph of Fernbridge at night. that was shot from the west side, took third place in the professional catagory at this year's county fair. I had it printed on a 16 x 20 inch canvas that was gallery wrapped. My other entry, of a woman in a garden, did not place. It was printed on the same material.

Windfall, the documentary.

Posted on May 26, 2012 at 12:18pm 0 Comments

The documentary film, Windfall, is now available through Netflix. This is an excellent look at the down side of industrial strength wind energy. Everyone seems to look at wind energy as some great answer to our environmental problems. Unfortunately many people are unaware of the problems with this energy source. As the saying goes, "The devil is in the details." This film looks are both sides of the issue and brings the details out in the open. Watch this film and the next time someone tells…

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Wind Energy Gone Crazy

Posted on January 10, 2012 at 4:42pm 6 Comments

Last night we saw a documentary film titled, "Windfall" that tells the truth about wind energy. Shell WindEnergy wants to place 25 giant (450 foot tall) industrial wind turbines on the pristine ridge behind our town. The carbon footprint it takes to get these monsters makes me wonder if there is any real advantage. Most of the green energy produced by these things goes into the pockets of the developers in the form of dollars. Habitat will be destroyed and raptors and bats will die in…

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Published in San Francisco magazine

Posted on August 25, 2011 at 12:23pm 11 Comments

The Associate Art Director for San Francisco magazine was looking for an image for an article about the America's Cup boat from the 2003 race that is now ported in San Francisco. She saw my photo USA76 on Picture Social and emailed me asking if they could use the photo. I agreed and she agreed to compensate me along with photo credit. The September issue came out and my photo, (cropped to fit the article) was on page 48. The credit was in five point type and buried in the fold at the bottom,… Continue

The Iconic Image, Art Photography exhibition

Posted on February 1, 2011 at 10:53am 1 Comment

I have just discovered that our local museum, The Morris Graves Museum, in Eureka, California is showing prints from the Humboldt Group Collection that includes photographers Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Walker Evans, Dorthea Lange, Arthur Rothstein, Edward Steichen, Brett Weston and Edward Weston. The exhibit will be there through March 8. What a great exhibit!. These are the people who helped made photography an art form. A gentleman in town who passed away last year, Don… Continue
 
 
 

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