Join Camera Electronic and BenQ for a live model shoot showing how to shoot tethered. Tourism WA photographer and BenQ
Ambassador Dan Avila will be in the studio photographing model Gabi for this demo, while showing attendees his technique and
live review during the shoot, displaying his photographs on two BenQ professional monitors while shooting on the Fujifilm GFX medium format system.
Dan will then go through a full edit using the monitors and demo the BenQ Hot Key Puck's advantage in your workflow.
BenQ will be joining members of the St George Leagues Club Photographic Society and their club members for a lecture evening with Commercial Photographer, Ian Macpherson on the evening of March 15th at the St George Leagues Club in Sydney.
BenQ took part in CP+ Camera and Photo Imaging Show in Tokyo, Japan, to show our dedication to the photography and colour management spaces, and formally introduce the BenQ SW and PV series monitors to the world’s largest camera market. Photographers often invest in expensive camera equipment, without giving their full consideration on the display that they view and edit their monitors on. It is BenQ’s philosophy to ensure that users can accurately see 100% of what their camera captured on their display.
“Many photographers invest in high end cameras with lots of megapixels, but often give little thought to their PC or laptop display. A generic monitor not specifically designed for photography isn’t going to deliver the colour quality many of us seek. Processing images on the BenQ SW271 monitor with 99% AdobeRGB and ultra high density pixels gives you a stunningly vivid colour range. It’s also an affordable option for the budget conscious photographer, providing excellent value for money.” ~ Alex Cearns
Attendees of the CP+ Event were invited to meet our Senior Colour Scientist and Product Manager for Professional Displays, Chris Bai, as he gave profiling demonstrations throughout the weekend to show how accurate our Colour Management Displays are displayed on the display as they are when printed, highlighting our dedication to colour accuracy that is crucial for professional photography.
Our local BenQ Ambassadors Dan Avila & Alex Cearns, as well as our representatives of our premium partners for BenQ Colour Management monitors, Image Science in Melbourne and Camera Electronic in Perth, were invited to take part in CP+ for a first look at the upcoming monitor in the SW Series, the SW240, due for release later in the year, as well as meet with Chris Bai and learn more about the SW Series.
BenQ joined the St George Leagues Club Photographic Society during their Photography Workflow workshop as a partner for the evening.
Members of the Photographic Society engaged in every major stage of photography on the night, from shoot to print, and we were there to demonstrate our effectiveness as part of this workflow. Members were encouraged to shoot photos on the set stage during the workshop, and display them at one of our two demo areas.
During the workshop, BenQ joined the St George Photographic Society as part of their photography workflow experience workshop.
The first demo area showed the difference in colour accuracy between our colour critical SW2700PT Photography monitor and a standard Apple display, using the photographs they have taken on their cameras. This setup was designed to show why it is important to consider a colour critical monitor for photography as part of your workflow.
Our second display aimed to give hands on experience with our brand new SW271 27" 4K Photography Monitor. Our attendees were given access to the SW271 in order to get hands on experience in Adobe Lightroom with their own photographs.
BenQ were invited back to the Castle Hill RSL Photography Club for a second lecture night on Tuesday 4th July, once again offering product experience with our photography monitor, the BenQ SW2700PT.
Accompanying us for this lecture night was Professional Commercial Photographer Ian Macpherson, who gave a lecture on "My perfect photo", while also sharing a lot of his experience with the photograph composition process he has taken in his role as a commerical photographer.