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An artist friend who paints  from large photographic images he has shot is thinking of putting a large screen in his studio to view his 4K images. He currently prints them in A3 and views on his large Dell monitor (the Dell is not in his studio). His still photo images are full or rich and luscious colour as his painting.

 

No fixed parameters re size or price but likely 55/60" and paying less is always a bonus.

 

TV may be used for watching the occasional game of footy but is primarily for photo image viewing.

 

Thoughts?

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If he has still images for long periods over a protracted time - then don’t get OLED or QLED - As over time you / he may experience burn in 

 

So look for LED 4K UHD or better 

As with any LCD TV  true colours may not be as good as a computer monitor 

Good deals can be had on last years models runout sales 

 

For the art side of this post 

His colour interpretation is best left to an artists imagination 

 

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57 minutes ago, Full Range said:

If he has still images for long periods over a protracted time - then don’t get OLED or QLED - As over time you / he may experience burn in  

 

 

I should have had that in mind.

 

 I can imagine at certain stages he may want the image displayed for an hour or two  whilst working on a particular aspect but I do not imagine it being on for many hours day after day. His painted work is based on the photo image but is not a duplicate in paint.

 

Wants big images to look closely at detail.

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