A photographer will more often than not be judged by the quality of the images that they produce. They will also from time to time be judged on how consistent they are in their work. It is the same in photography as it is in other form of art, if someone looks at a photo you took, they ought to see your style and your personality shine through it. This is why it so important for you to ensure that you are as consistent as possible when it comes to your photography work.
One of the ways that you can use to ensure that your photographs are consistent is using the same monitor. Remember that each monitor or screen is not only different and calibrated differently, the technology used to make screens and monitors varies so much that the colors you see on one monitor may not be the same as those on another monitor. When you use the same monitor to adjust your images,you will not only be more consistent, your photographs will also look better since they will be “created equal”.
A lot of people do not take into consideration the mouse they use when doing their post-production work. Granted, you do not need the latest laser mouse with space and distance precision of up to 15 decimal points but you at least need a mouse that is pretty accurate. This is so that your clicks, color choices and slider/adjustment movements are as accurate as possible. This is especially important if you do a lot of work with Adobe Lightroom. Trust me, those two seconds that you waste repeating a task or redoing an adjustment when creating a Lightroom Preset could very easily become a good number of lost hours for every month of work you do. Using a high precision mouse will allow you to hit the right colors and adjustments all the time thereby helping in its own small way to ensuring your work is consistent and accurate.
Speaking of Lightroom Presets, it is known that a designer or photographers who creates under water action camera Lightroom presets has a certain style to their work and their presets always have a certain “look” and “feel” to them. If you create your own presets, always try to ensure that they are as similar as possible. If you do not create them yourself, ensure that you get them either from the same designer or photographer or from designers and photographers with the same style.