Not long ago Harris Fogel, of Mac Edition Radio sat down in New York at PhotoPlus with C. David Tobie and David Saffir. They had an extensive discussion about color management in the mobile space, camera presets and in-camera white balance, video as the expansion space for photography today, the impact of compression codecs on video quality and color, and Spyder tools for managing color in the video arena.
This time I had the honor of photographing my good friend Mousse T., the well-known songwriter and music producer, for the company Conmoto. For the location we selected Sra Bua in Hotel Adlon. The Sra Bua is not only an excellent restaurant, but also an exceptional location. The rooms reflect a multifaceted fusion of Asia and Europe.[Read More]
Join us January 12-14 at IMAGING USA as Datacolor’s complimentary EXPO guest. Imaging USA is the longest running national photographic convention, expo and image exhibition in the United States, drawing thousands of professionals from around the world. Dating back to 1880, it began as the annual convention and trade show for Professional Photographers of America. The event is continuing to grow and evolve each year.
Stop by booth #320 for informative product demos presented by our Datacolor team in order to help you learn the ins and outs of color management. Make sure you enter our giveaway while you’re there for your chance to win a SpyderCAPTURE PRO and $50 American Express gift card!!
Click here to register for your FREE 3-day EXPO Only pass, compliments of Datacolor. We look forward to seeing you there!
Thursday, January 30, 2014
Classes are repeated three times:
During this class, you will learn the simple techniques you can utilize to increase your efficiency, maximize the capabilities of your equipment and have the confidence that your images have the color accuracy your clients demand.
Datacolor offers a full line of color management tools that give you more control of your photography. These tools will be demonstrated to show you how to achieve consistent color every time you press the shutter.[Read More]