sitting in front of the picture until he arrives at what, in his personal judgment, is an acceptable result.
This practice, known as "visual editing," is widespread.
Many museums offer only thumbnail images, watermark their images, prohibit downloading, or simply keep their collections offline.
For example, to expect Vermeer's to reveal its nuanced beauty in the faint light of the barely illuminated Kenwood House where the picture is permanently housed is to ask too much any painting, whatever its artistic merit.
However, viewing digital images of artworks present important in respects to the original art works they represent.
The zoom interfaces have the drawback that only limited areas of the picture’s total surface at maximum resolution can be viewed at any given moment.
Monitor Calibration In order to insure that the colors of your computer screen match those of the high standard digital image, regular monitor calibration is recommended.