Datacolor’s Partnership with TEN: Get Motion Artist & Graphic designer Lydia Ballergeaus’s Work For Free on August 9th
Aug 2013 08

Fotolia’s TEN campaign, an educational campaign that features a different renown artist from around the world every month, is featuring US stop motion artist and graphic designer Lydia Baillergeau. Baillergeau is the first “special edition” artist to be featured, and is the first stop motion designer to be featured. She shares tips and best practices for aspiring motion designers.

Bay Area native, Lydia Baillergeau, is TEN Season 2’s 7th featured artist.  Originally a print designer, Baillergeau has always been interested in art and an artistic career. I’ve been drawing, doodling, writing, imagining, and creating for as long as I could remember,” she says. A Monet fan from childhood, Lydia’s style is light, inspired and colorful.. “I was totally captivated by his paintings and his sense of light.”

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Advanced Photographic Composition Landscape and Still-Life
Aug 2013 08

Watch Datacolor Experts David Saffir and C. David Tobie discuss a series of landscape and still-life images, examining the elements that make each shot successful and providing suggestions for improvements in each case.

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David Saffir: Using the SpyderCube with Histograms
Aug 2013 06

Remember the “old-style”, ordinary middle-gray card, the one so often used to help set exposure? As time went on, and digital photography came into its own, that same gray card was sometimes used to set in-camera white balance, or in post-production to neutralize color-cast effects produced by in-scene illuminants.

The problem is that many gray cards look gray, but the reflected light from the card may be affected by materials used its construction. These materials are considered to be “spectrally-biased”, in other words, they may reflect a color-cast from the illuminant in use.

If one uses a different material, one that is “spectrally-neutral”, it will return a result (reflected light) that is accurate regardless of lighting used. The material will have a neutral appearance, with little or no color-cast. The SpyderCUBE, which is discussed below, is constructed of these materials. That is what makes it so useful in setting in-camera white balance, and in neutralizing overall color in post-production.

Here’s a demonstration using an ordinary gray card purchased at my local camera shop….

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Florida Professional Photographers Convention
Aug 2013 01

Join Datacolor at the Florida Professional Photographers Convention.  Stop by booth #33 to learn the ins and outs of color management and watch live demos using the Spyder line of products.

Rosen Plaza Hotel
9700 International Drive
Orlando, Florida, 32819

Saturday, August 17th – Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

Enjoy Datacolor’s $20 Special Rate for a 2-day Tradeshow Pass!

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A Comprehensive Article on Digital Printing
Jul 2013 30

Ten years ago Harald Johnson authored the best-selling book Mastering Digital ing. It helped to shape the digital printing revolution. In this comprehensive article on PetaPixel, Harald takes a look at the world of digital printing since then. Those with a sharp eye may notice Datacolor’s own C. David Tobie listed on the book cover, and may recognize work by Datacolor Expert David Saffir a bit further into the article. Whether you send out for prints, or print your own images, this article is a must-read. Thank you, Harald, for this timely update.

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