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Make Inspirations Come Alive.
Color captures our attention, expresses our emotions, and fills our dreams. Tell the full spectrum of your story in accurate color with PD3420Q.
PD3420Q covers 98% P3, 100% sRGB, and Rec.709 color spaces. As more apps, devices, and websites adopt P3, you can easily load and display images imported from different sources. Amazing Delta E ≤ 3 ensures superb accuracy and absolute color confidence.
BenQ Uniformity Technology delivers corner-to-corner authentic color and consistent luminescence. The display is divided into hundreds of sub-regions and meticulously fine-tuned for precision. This innovative tech assures dependable image fidelity.
Comes individually pre-calibrated, with a certification report, guaranteeing trustworthy color performance.
BenQ DesignVue monitors earn Calman Verified and Pantone Validated status. Creative professionals demand excellence, and BenQ delivers.
HDR10 gets better results more efficiently, letting you preview the HDR effect on video while editing.
Take needless complexity out of the creative process. PD3420Q eliminates tedious, repetitive adjustments, freeing your time and energy for what matters most.
Thunderbolt 3 does it all. One cable lets you transfer audio, video, and data along with 65W power delivery. Its single cable convenience eliminates distracting clutter. For added connectivity, there’s also a convenient USB hub.
PD3420Q natively supports the P3 color space, essential for color-critical design work. Also, M-Book mode auto-adjusts and syncs PD3420Q with Macs for assured consistency and easy usage across two screens. Adjusting settings is simple with the Hotkey Puck G2.
Available for Mac* or Windows, Display Pilot software saves time and boosts efficiency. This proprietary software lets you preset multiple monitor settings with a mouse. And it offers support tools to make design work more convenient and flexible.
*Apple M1 Platform currently supported
Select the color mode that suits your workflow.
Showcase designs in two modes side-by-side for improved workflow and enhanced productivity.
Enhance the clarity of dark areas without overexposing bright regions.
Enjoy superior contrast of lines and shapes in technical illustrations.
Add flow to your workflow. These professional perks boost productivity so your creativity can soar.
The new KVM Switch auto-pairs with input signals. Click once to switch systems via Hotkey Puck G2 to save space and boost efficiency.
Easily access input modes, industry standard color settings, and other features. The Hotkey Puck G2 makes navigating your screen settings a breeze.
Go split screen. Picture In Picture (PIP) and Picture By Picture (PBP) let you customize your work flow.
Work seamlessly. The USB-C port provides lightning-fast video/audio/data transmission and 65W power delivery.
Display Pilot software lets you access designer-friendly features for ease and efficiency.
*Apple M1 Platform currently supported
BenQ’s new feature helps designers effortlessly match the ICC (International Color Consortium) color space profiles between monitors and computers. ICCsync allows an instant color mode adjustment. Control it through Display Pilot software or the monitor itself.
Demand superb color accuracy. Your work is worth it.
This photo is made for my favorite customer, my mother! She is a medicine doctor, but she also write a poems and short stories.
This photo is made as a book cover for one of her love story poems.
It shows how a man is trying to impress the women she likes and to win her heart by doing some "silly" like even give her the moon as a gift.
Of course she is impressed by that act and she fell in love with him.
This photo is a combination of 3D mode and regular photos of two people (me and my friend), shoot in a studio.
The building is made in Cinema 4D.
I love to use 3D elements in my photos just because some things I can't photograph. In this case I had this kind of a building in my mind, but I couldn't find it in a real life, and also if I could, the right perspective and the angles is really hard to get for this situation.
So, moral of the story is, the more things you know to do, the more skills you have, the more fun you will have in a photo manipulation world.
Last night in Warsaw
My wife was born In Warsaw, Poland. We have been back there a few times. A couple of years ago my wife and I went to Poland for a wedding. It was, as it always has been, a wonderful time. We visited many cities throughout the country. The last night before coming home, we were back in Warsaw and had a huge family dinner followed with some sightseeing. It was on this night that I was inspired to create this painting.
The last glimpse of sunlight painted the sky a beautiful “Parrish Blue” color. Maxfield Parrish was one of my earliest artistic influences. The only evidence of that influence is the heavy saturation of colors that I put into my work. This vision presented me with that color saturation as if Parrish himself had set it up for me.
The most challenging part of this piece was to capture the brilliance of that early evening sky. A simple gradient, yet it took the better part of an entire morning to get it right.
The moment before the fight
Black and white images have something great in them, they are able to stop the time and make us think. I used Calculations in Photoshop combined with the power of color tweaking in ACR in order to create the image I was aiming for.
I did this project on my PD2720U which is just amazing for the control of colors and tones in an image and thanks to this, was able to tweak the colors exactly as I wanted in order to achieve the final Black And White image.
Peaky Blinders is a fantastic show featuring so many memorable characters. With this portrait I tried to capture the complexity of the main character, Tommy Shelby, the head of the Peaky Blinders gang, played by the brilliant Cillian Murphy