Color loss in botton of the document

Community Beginner ,
Feb 22, 2021 Feb 22, 2021

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Hi,
When I have an image at the bottom of my workspace I lose saturation on the image, I've never had this problem before.

In my example I have the exact same image duplicated, one at the top with normal saturation and the lower one desaturated for no reason.
I work in Adobe RGB 1998 and my pics are in Adobe 1998, do you have any idea how to fix this issue?
Sorry for my english,
Thank you,
Anthony DELABIE
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Feb 22, 2021 Feb 22, 2021

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Save for the compression artefacts the two instances of the image appear identical in your screenshot. 

So this apparently has nothing to do with Photoshop but with your monitor. 

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Feb 22, 2021 Feb 22, 2021

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This is what you get with a typical TN-panel (gaming/office) monitor. Viewing angles are so narrow that the bottom third appears washed out and the top third too dark. Only a thin stripe along the middle is approximately correct.

 

Monitors for photographic use are IPS-type panels for this reason.

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Feb 22, 2021 Feb 22, 2021

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Thanks to both of you, I sent the photo to my smartphone and there is no problem anymore so you are right.
I have the Samsung C27T550FDU FreeSync curved monitor do you know what kind of brand I should look for une utilisation photographique ?

Anthony

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Feb 22, 2021 Feb 22, 2021

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With either Eizo or NEC you can't go wrong. They both deliver consistently high quality displays.

 

It really pays to spend money on the monitor. It's the only piece of hardware that will directly impact the quality of your work - not just a few nanoseconds faster or slower, but actual quality.

 

This is probably among the best buys on the market, in terms of quality/price ratio:

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1246464-REG/eizo_cs2420_bk_cnx_coloredge_cs2420_24_16_10.html 

 

A bigger screen size, or 4K, sends the price up rapidly, at the same basic quality and usability. You have to decide if it's worth it. My personal opinion is that 4K is wasted for photography, it can actually be a disadvantage. You certainly don't need it. It makes much more sense for graphics/text in InDesign or Illustrator.

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Really a big thanks to you for these tips.

I will definetly follow your advice and take one of the two recommended brands because I work more and more on photos and I think that it is a significant comfort.

Anthony

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