Well with newer frames, they can callibrate to the settings given by the camera. This is the difficulty in adjusting images as far as the colour, contrast curves etc. You adjust as you see it on your monitor, so sending on to a pro lab can bring back unexpected results. That said, all of the images with a few exceptions, have been altered on the various forums within Dynax, using various post editing suites and they haven't turned out bad, in fact, far from it. But as technology improves, I can see the day when Art images will appear on video screens, certainly as far as photography is concerned. This may not be a bad thing. Established galleries have to spend millions of Dollars in making sure the immediate environment is kept to a near perfect condition, to help preserve the quality of images displayed and to prevent damage.
By using these screens, they could be set up anywhere, so making it more viable, to promote exhibitions almost anywhere without fear of damage.
It may seem a long way off but, already we are seeing such galleries appearing.
It's not something we should turn away from, we are already embracing it here by producing our excellent work on our monitors. After a shoot, I for one can't wait to get the images on screen, to see what the end result is.