Post processing your photos to get the Joe McNally look
May 2016 04

It takes a certain type of intuitive perception and skills to reach the level Joe McNally has. From his works for the National Geographic Society to his famous Faces of Ground Zero portraits, there’s a distinctive idiosyncrasy in all his work.

And if you wish to follow in his footsteps, if you like the look and feel of his work, you’d have to study his techniques and understand his perspective.

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Seán Duggan: Localized White Balance Corrections in Lightroom
Jan 2016 20

In this article, we’ll take a look at ways to combine overall white balance corrections with techniques to apply white balance adjustments to specific areas of an image.

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Hernan Rodriguez: Investigating the Scene of the Crime
Jan 2016 13

I find it to be quite exhilarating at the unpredictability of where my type of work will take me next. The only predictable factor I like to keep constant is color and white balance.

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Datacolor Welcomes Lindsay Adler to its Friend’s With Vision Program
Dec 2015 16

Fashion photographer Lindsay Adler has risen to the top of her industry as both a photographer and educator. Based in New York City, her fashion editorials have appeared in numerous fashion and photography publications including Marie Claire, InStyle, Elle, Rangefinder, Professional Photographer and dozens more.

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Mastering Color Within Your Travel & Vacation Photography Workflow
Dec 2015 02

Presented by David Cardinal. Creating memorable images from your travels doesn’t just require creative vision and technical skill at the moment of capture, it relies on knowing how to use and manage color in your post-processing workflow to bring the most out of your photos. During this free webinar, we’ll walk you through creating a color-managed workflow that is suited to your needs, using Datacolor’s state-of-the-art Spyder products as well as image editing software from DxO and Adobe.

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