In order to calibrate multiple displays, your computer’s graphics card needs to have multiple LUT’s. Generally speaking, if your computer has a display connection then it has a LUT for the connection. Some entry level graphics cards may have connections for multiple displays, but don’t have a LUT for each connection. In this case, calibration is only possible for the displays that have corresponding LUT’s.[Read More]
Filipino Street and Documentary photographer Xyza Cruz Bacani has been living and working in Hong Kong for over 10 years as a domestic worker when she was discovered through social media by US-based photo journalist Rick Rocamora, who has been her mentor ever since. Her incredible photos featuring dramatic composition, contrasts and light have been featured and shown in various media outlets such as The New York Times, CNN, South China Morning Post and were on exhibit at Christine Park Gallery UK, Bronx Documentary Centre New York, The Arrow Factory in Beijing, and Bangkok Art & Culture Centre to name a few.[Read More]
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Using multiple cameras is common practice for some photographers. For example, wedding and event photographers often use more than one camera at a time. In some cases, even more than one photographer using multiple cameras. To complicate things, these photographers might be using cameras or lenses from different manufacturers. No matter how many cameras are used on a shoot, color harmony is important to help tell a cohesive visual story. SpyderCHECKR and SpyderCHECKR 24 can help make this easy and precise.
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The ability to accurately render color is important in photography. Product, Fashion and Art Reproduction photographers are several examples of people who require faithful color reproduction. Camera calibration is an important component to attain faithful results. However, there is another application for camera calibration that is just as important – consistency between cameras.
Getting color right across multiple images is hard. Our visual memories are typically not very accurate, so flipping back and forth between images doesn’t work very well. Fortunately, Adobe has added a new feature to Lightroom CC that helps us. Called Reference View, it lets you put two images on the screen at once.[Read More]