Seán Duggan: How Accurate is Your Camera’s Preview Image?
May 2015 27

With digital photography, the first view of our images is on the screen on the back of the camera. But just how reliable is that image preview, as well as the histogram that can also be displayed on the camera? And, more to the point, are there times when it is giving you less than accurate information about the photo you just shot? In this article we’ll take a look at that question, concentrating mainly on how it relates to exposure with Raw files.

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Interview with Sarah Silver – Fashion Beauty and Movement Photographer
May 2015 13

Datacolor speaks with Sarah Silver, an established fashion, beauty and movement photographer, to see why monitor calibration is important to her.

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David Cardinal: The Best Desktop Color Management Tool Keeps Betting Better
Apr 2015 10

In a new post on his blog Cardinal Photo, David Cardinal who is a Datacolor Expert, weighs in on the new Datacolor Spyer5 line of products. “This week Datacolor released a sleek new version – the Spyder5. I’ve been using it for a while now during its beta test, and am impressed…” Cardinal explains. He walks readers through some of the major differences between Spyder4 and Spyder5, touching upon changes in design and software, which have made significant impacts to his color-managed workflow.

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Seán Duggan: Using a Fisheye Lens for Night Photography on Lynda.com
Mar 2015 18

From the 5-part Lynda Online Video Course, Photographing the Night Landscape, Seán Duggan shows us how to photograph successfully during nighttime with a fisheye lens. Throughout the videos that make up this course, Duggan takes a nocturnal road trip to illuminate the techniques involved in capturing the nighttime landscape. He covers many topics, some of which include finding compositions, exposing and focusing at night, creating an image with reflections, and shooting with a full moon. He explains that when the sun goes down, landscapes take on entirely new personalities; the moon and stars light the sky and transform the landscape below, creating image-making possibilities that are not found in the daytime. Filmed on location along the surreal shoreline of the Salton Sea and in the Anza-Borrego Desert, the course offers real-world examples and insights into a professional landscape photographer’s thought process and composition techniques.

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