How an image is displayed on a monitor depends on a number of factors. For example, colours and contrasts depend on hardware and software as well as ambient lighting and subjective psychological factors. Therefore, the look of an image may differ from screen to screen. In the case of prints, how colour is reproduced depends on the printing technique, hardware settings, printing inks and the print substrate.
In any case, digital works of art also pose a rather fundamental question: What is actually an original? Is what I see as a digital image on a screen the artwork? Is it perhaps just the file containing all the parameters and ready for output to a monitor or a printer?
Or is it the output from a printer, the colour profile of which is contributing to the image’s colour tone?
If you are interested in purchasing an image, please note: The photos in the gallery only offer a rough impression and do not guarantee an exact colour match for a print product. My work is available in diverse formats, printing techniques, and lastly framed or unframed. You can find more information in the gallery. My service also includes personalized portraits or pictures of your homeland. Contact me or send me an inquiry...
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