We rely on our computer monitors to accurately portray colours, and quickly reflect mouse movements, and video flow so we can get our work done. However, the technology that allows all of that is nothing short of amazing. Look back just 10 years and the current thin, brilliant and massive displays we use for work and fun would have been the stuff of science fiction. Many of us take for granted that we are able to get our work done with ease using these displays.
There are some people who require the best displays to produce their best work. Professional photographers, graphic designers, and videographers in particular embrace the latest and greatest monitor technology. The fastest, highest resolution displays, like the new ASUS ProArt series of monitors, allow these professionals to produce higher quality work than ever before.
Best Buy and ASUS asked Vancouver Photographer, Brice Ferré, to try the ASUS ProArt monitor during a typical work day. In this video, Brice discusses how using this monitor affects his ability to edit his work and produce high quality images.
You may not be a professional who requires the best monitor, but you probably know someone who is. By simply tagging a photographer or other professional who you think deserves the best monitor, you may be able to win one for them from Best Buy and ASUS. Here are the details:
How to enter:
This contest is really easy to enter. Simply comment on the Best Buy Facebook post for this contest. In the comment you include 2 pieces of information:
- Tag a photographer, graphic artist or videographer who you feel deserves to use a 4K UHD ProArt series monitor from ASUS.
- Tell us how this monitor will improve their work
We will randomly select one entry from all eligible comments entered on Facebook. The person who has been nominated in that comment (the photographer or videographer) will win a brand new ASUS 4K ProArt Series monitor worth approximately $1700.
This contest will run from July 22nd until July 28th.
Remember you can enter this contest by commenting on Facebook. Comments on the blog are always welcome, but they will not qualify you for this contest.