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touyen

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  • Main editing computer
    Mac desktop
  • Editing software
    Photoshop
  • Monitor Calibrator
    Spyder
  • Cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment
    Nikon D750. Nikko 70-200 2.8

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  1. Hello Kim I took your class 6(?) years ago. Do I qualify for the renewal price?
  2. https://rog.asus.com/compareresult?productline=laptops&webpathname=GA503QR-HQ099RS&id=113540
  3. It has 100 percent dpi 3. Everything else hardware wise is excellent. I was wondering about screen.
  4. I think I have the spyder5. the price tag is why I’m having this dilemma. I have a 2015 iMac 27 . I love that thing but I haven’t able to turn it on in a year since we moved to California and no space to set it up. my friend who was an Apple Genius said almost the same thing you said. He loves MacOS but he can’t spend the price of the current MBP. Luckily he doesn’t have to, his work gives him one..
  5. hi Brian i have the Calibrator and I am a fan of the classes and taken several of them. The biggest pain on my side is how the UI of these programs in windows differ from my MBP. I’ll post a screen shot when I get home. What you said are so informative, thank you so much. I think the Apple User in me is winning. Now let see if the pocket can back it up. My MBP lasts me for a good 4 years and it will continue to be a household labtop. thank you
  6. Hey Brian I went to Best Buy last night and ask about a new labtop.. cuz i need a new one.. the guy was saying for editing on Photoshop and such Mac is better?? I know Damien said otherwise. I do have a mac currently. The programs seemed to be aesthetic more pleasing on the Mac... I'm torn.. I played a little bit of game and edit. Since Catalina my 16 gig MBP had slowed down. I know this Razer blade computer is a better value because it has the 8 gig graphic card, upgrade-able ram BUT... i just cant seem to get over the normal display... With what I do currently.. is a Mac worth it??
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