Many of Biggs’ fine art pieces are printed in black and white, so having a precise monochrome view shown on the monitor during the retouch process allows him more flexibility to perfect dodging and burning. “The BenQ monitor renders excellently in black and white, and allows me far more freedom to create as I desire. Reproducing to a monochrome view conveys the feelings I want to share in my images. I am looking to create photos that feel remote, powerful, uplifting, regal and hopeful.” Hardware-to-software integration, with the ability to custom adjust controls (via the 14-bit 3D Look Up Table*), empowers the monitor to display more distinct tonal granularities and the smoothest of transitions*. For his color images, Biggs notes, “Blue skies and subtle color transitions can be challenging for displays, and my BenQ monitor delivers these smooth transitions with ease.” *Using the 14-bit 3D Look Up Table (LUT), users may fine tune a monitor to display the most accurate color mixture. 14-bit 3D LUT improves RGB color blending accuracy, which results in impeccable color and gray tone reproduction.