Have you ever wanted to have an Intous5 Touch to work on your creative ideas or the SpyderCAPTURE PRO to manage color throughout your digital workflow process? Thanks to the partnership of Datacolor and Wacom you have the chance (from March, 4th to April, 1st 2013) to win great products from their product lines. All you have to do is to register and strain your brain cells to solve the riddle. Enter here!
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Phone photography has advanced rapidly over the years. Some people may have issues with poor image quality, which is often a result of poor photographic technique. This webinar will illustrate various types of phone photos, including Macros, Wide Angle shots, Slow Shutter images, Landscapes, and Night shots.
While analyzing what each photo’s theme and graphic elements are, we will describe how these factors can be accentuated through the use of mobile image editing software. Anyone interested in shooting, editing and even publishing images from their phone will find this session useful in adding to their arsenal of techniques.
Watch as Datacolor Experts David Saffir and C. David Tobie share tips and techniques to bring your creativity in phone photography to the next level.[Read More]
Rose-Lynn Fisher has produced a stunning series of black and white prints from scanning electron microscope images, all details of bees. This work was produced using Datacolor Spyder4ELITE and SpyderPRINT products to color manage the art-print process, so we take particular delight in these images. Seeing the large art prints in person is an amazing experience; one well worth the effort of attending this show, if you find yourself in Southern or Central Coast California this Spring.[Read More]
Initially heralded as a revolutionary breakthrough for photographers, High-dyanmic-range (HDR) images have unfortunately become known for looking fake and overblown. What many photographers don’t realize is that the over-the-top look typical of most HDR images isn’t the fault of the technology – it’s the fault of software tools that make it hard to create natural looking images, especially in the hands of photographers wishing they were painters.
There is a time and place for painting-like HDR images, and I’ve certainly done my share (some may say more than my share) of them. But sometimes I just want to use HDR to capture a scene that requires more dynamic range than my camera can capture in a single frame. Until recently it was hard to do that and create a realistic image. Fortunately, HDRSoft, makers of Photomatix Pro, my favorite HDR tool, have added two new presets that make it simple to create great photograph-looking photographs from multiple images.[Read More]
Join us March 11-13 at WPPI as Datacolor’s complimentary EXPO guest. WPPI Conference+Expo is the premier industry event for photographers and image-makers specializing in the creative and business aspects of wedding and portrait photography. Each year, nearly 16,000 professional and aspiring photographers attend WPPI to learn new techniques from industry leaders, build new relationships to grow their business, experience new products and solutions from major manufacturers to improve their productivity, and enjoy the many attractions in Las Vegas.[Read More]