Continuing its popular series, Datacolor is offering introductory and advanced webinars on a variety of topics to demonstrate new techniques for photographers to enhance their skills. Co-sponsors, including Lensbaby and SLR Lounge will provide an even more dynamic webinar series, including product giveaways and promotions.
The bi-monthly webinars, hosted by David Tobie, global product technology manager for Datacolor, and David Saffir, Datacolor expert, noted landscape and fine art photographer, and author of “Master Digital Color,” focus on managing color using tools in both capture and processing stages. Webinars include step-by-step demonstrations using Datacolor’s line of Spyder color calibration devices, and in-depth discussion to provide photographers with new methods to produce high quality results with their own images.[Read More]
Anyone attending International Printing Week at the Cal Poly, or in the San Luis Obispo, CA area, please join C David Tobie, Datacolor Product Technology Manager, for a one-hour presentation on Display Calibration for All Your Viewing Devices. This session runs from 4PM to 5PM on Tuesday, Jan 28. This session will cover calibration for a wide array of display types, multiple display tuning, projector calibration, and iPhone/iPad calibration. This session is restricted to Cal Poly students and those with International Display Week passes; please contact the Graphic Communication Department at the URL above if you are interested in attending.[Read More]
If you are attending FOTOfusion at the Palm Beach Photo Centre, or if you are in the Palm Beach area, please join C David Tobie, Datacolor
This is the first in a series of image critiques. Each article describes a selected image based on a similar series of criteria. The goal is for the reader to become familiar with the critical concepts involved, in order to apply them to other images, developing a set of critical terms that can be used to analyze images, and make decisions about how best to process images, to provide the strongest result.[Read More]
Sharpening images can be a challenging task. One of the issues involved is the choice between sharpening the entire image, or sharpening only the detailed areas that will really add to image quality.[Read More]