Printing Prized Photos for the Holidays?
Nov 2014 25

Calibrating your monitor is the first step to ensure your prints accurately match what you see on your screen. Before you edit your photos this holiday season, make sure to calibrate with Spyder4 for true-to-life color accuracy! Right now we are offering up to 30% off on Spyder4 products*. Head over to our web store now, before this offer ends!

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Datacolor Attends Photoplus – NYC
Nov 2014 17

Check out our exclusive interview with Andy Peeke and the International Press Association’s IMPress Magazine at this year’s PDN Photoplus Expo! The video highlights the Datacolor SpyderCHECKR 24, our new portable color target product, as well as our newest bundle the SpyderHD, which includes a full-size SpyderCHECKR (with 48 color targets), the SpyderCUBE, and Spyder4ELITE. This bundle not only allows customers to calibrate computer displays, but video-reference displays and TVS as well. “[The Spyder4ELITE] allows me to edit my pictures and the color is awesome!” says one of our happy customers when Andy got a chance to speak to him at the expo. The video features more customer testimonials, so be sure to watch! “Datacolor products are very useful for anyone who is working in a visual element,” says Andy. If you are interested in learning more about Datacolor and our newest products, please visit our website.

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David Cardinal: Making the Color in Your Wildlife Images Pop Using Some Contrast-Enhancing Tools
Nov 2014 12

As much or more than in any other type of photography, it is the “pop” of an image that catches our eye when we first see a wildlife photograph. Once our attention is drawn to the image, we start to pay attention to the action, the species involved, and the setting. But without stopping the viewers’ eyes, none of that matters. It is imperative that you know how to bring the drama out in your images to be a successful wildlife photographer.

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Ken Sklute: Patience, Preparedness and Persistence in Photography!
Nov 2014 07

One of the comments I hear frequently from attendees at my lectures is “Wow, you must be extremely lucky to pull up and get that shot!”.

The truth of the matter is that luck has a little to do with creating great images, however planning, patience and persistence are the key ingredients to creating great images, no matter what your subject is.

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