Matthew Vandeputte is a Belgian born timelapse filmmaker residing in Sydney, Australia.
In 2014 the Australian government granted him a Distinguished Talent Permanent Residency visa based on his hyperlapse and timelapse work.
Matthew documents his life and travels on Youtube and other social media platforms. Taking his followers along while educating them on photography and filmmaking.
I’ve been looking to add a high-quality monitor for video editing and photography to my workspace for quite a while now and VP3268-4K went above and beyond my expectations. After using VP3268-4K for a couple of months now there are a couple of things in particular that really stand out to me. The screen itself has a really clean look with its super thin bezel because, after all, who wants a border on their screen? No one, that’s who! The fact that the screen is matte helps a lot when editing videos and photos because it means that you don’t have to deal with any annoying glare or reflections. With the amount of filming and shooting that I do, it should come as no surprise that I have tons of hard drives to store all that footage. The extra ports on the back of the monitor serve me well in this regard and make it possible for me to connect multiple hard drives at the same time. Things are all on top of great colour accuracy and monitor calibration of course, which have really helped me nail down the exact look I want to go for in my work and rest assured that the same look will be communicated to the public once it’s on the web.