In a step-by-step guide on how to calibrate your monitor, the Bright Side of News* highlights the ease of use of the Spyder4ELITE for beginners, but also praises the product for including the features and options necessary for advanced users and professionals. Upon reviewing the Spyder4ELITE, Bright Side of News awarded it the Editor’s Choice Award for Prosumers/Enthusiasts.
Read the full review here
Join us October 24-26 at PhotoPlus as a complimentary Datacolor EXPO guest. The PDN PhotoPlus International Conference + Expo is the largest photography and imaging show in North America, attended by over 24,000 professional photographers and enthusiasts. Explore over 250 exhibits, see thousands of new products, and attend conference seminars, keynote presentations, special events & much more.
Click here to register for your free 3-day EXPO Only pass, compliments of Datacolor.
Note: Registration must be completed byOctober 22nd. Offer not valid for on-site registration.
Don’t forget to stop by our Booth (#162) for informative product demos presented by the Datacolor team to help you learn the ins and outs of color management.
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Sardinian designer, Alberto Seveso is a self-taught artist who left his initial trade, the art of cooking, for visual arts, where he combines two of his passions: digital art and photography. His specific way of uniting the real and the digital world, has earned him fame and acknowledgement from his peers.
Since then, this well-rounded artist has created a name for himself with his dispersion technique, generally revolving around the human body. He uses, and emphasizes the sensuality of shapes, by cutting pictures of faces and bodies and blending them with vector patterns. This deconstructed rendering – dispersion – became a graphic trend in its own right, which he can be considered the leader of.
For TEN, Seveso remains true to his art and style. The Italian artist first chose a bust portrait of a beautiful woman from Fotolia’s collection, in order “to emphasize the depth”, and watercolor textures “to keep a natural tone”, mixed with vector shapes
This video is a series of quick outtakes from Ken Sklute’s excellent seminar on timelapse photography at this year’s California Photo Festival in San Luis Obispo. This is a series of short clips shot with a Canon 5D Mark II DSLR in video mode, using a Manfrotto video monopod. Enjoy!
One of the challenges for photographers considering moving into video, is to understand where video might fit into their photographic shooting style. For event or sports photographers it is fairly clear what moments and action would be captured, but for landscape, architectural, and other types of fine art photography the fit is not always as obvious. This example was a situation that occurred shortly after I first acquired a DLSR that offered HD video capabilities.
I was teaching color management at a photographic workshop in Tuscany, and driving up the hill where the workshops were taking place showed a tantalizing glimpse of the monastery at the top. But to get the right angle would have required hiking across a hillside wheat field. The third time I drove past the shot, I had some time to spare, and could no longer resist exploring the possibilities.[Read More]