Rolf Nachbar: A Look Inside My Photo Bag – What I Need for Landscape Photography
Mar 2014 04

In addition to my work as an advertising and industrial photographer, in recent years I have increasingly devoted my time to artistic landscape photography.

In contrast to a fully planned advertising production within a team with lots of light, props and photo shooting technology, all that counts in landscape photography, besides uncontrollable aspects such as climate and time, is the simplicity of the equipment, as well as reducing volume and weight.  After all, as my colleagues will surely confirm, the specially selected scene can usually only be reached on foot over long, difficult paths.

Meanwhile, I have been able to reduce my equipment to such an extent that in fact I don’t miss any part of the photo shooting technology, just carry a minimum weight and yet still achieve maximum resolution and colour depth.

Today I would like to open my photo bag exclusively for the Datacolor blog and show what I need for my pictures. Maybe this will trigger an approving or also critical reaction from a photo enthusiast and give us all a chance to extend our horizons and lenses.

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Printing Success with Fine Art and Custom Paper
Feb 2014 27

Watch David Saffir as he explores color management for printing. Starting with the fundamentals of printer management, the discussion will progress to creating custom profiles for a range of media types. We’ll show you how to use SpyderPRINT to print calibration targets, scan them, and use them on your system. Additional topics will include live color preview/soft proofing in Photoshop and Lightroom, using application managed color with your new profiles, and evaluating print quality.

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C. David Tobie: Timelapse Locations and Setups
Feb 2014 27

David Saffir has recently written an article for the SpyderBLOG on Timelapse Tips and Notes. He did an excellent job of covering many of the technical considerations. So this article is intended to look at the scene-selection side of the process. We have all learned how to “see” a good photo op when it appears, but what makes for a good timelapse opportunity? And do we have the gear to capture it?

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David Saffir: Some Tips and Notes for Timelapse Photography
Feb 2014 25

I’ve been climbing the learning curve in timelapse photography. (For some how-to details, see my previous article here. It’s a satisfying area in many ways – particularly because the result gives one an opportunity to see things that might otherwise be out of view, or imperceptible to the eye.

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Be Our Guest at WPPI – Las Vegas
Feb 2014 20

Join us March 3-5 at WPPI as Datacolor’s complimentary EXPO guest.  WPPI Conference+Expo is the premier industry event for photographers and filmmakers specializing in the creative and business aspects of wedding and portrait photography and filmmaking. Each year, nearly 13,000 professional and aspiring photographers and filmmakers 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. WPPI is a week-long event combining educational seminars with a major industry trade show and networking events, all designed around learning the latest techniques, building new relationships and growing a business in a friendly, fun environment – all at one time, in one place.

Stop by booth #124 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 scan your badge and enter our giveaway while you’re there for your chance to win a SpyderSTUDIO 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!

*Must register by February 26, 2014

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