Mac users have been noticing that thumbnails of their images, in the Mac Finder, are not always showing correct color. Most commonly, this occurs when using a wide gamut working space, and results in very flat, and sometimes off-hue image color in the Finder preview of the image. I have received a number of questions about this, and while there I can’t offer a simple answer, I can provide some interesting information on the topic.[Read More]
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David Tobie and I had a great time co-hosting the Datacolor webinar on Safari photography. The generous giveaway of a high-end lens by co-sponsor Sigma Photo made the event even more exciting for the over 750 participants. As a result we got many more questions than we had time to answer live, and I’ve received some more from folks since. So, as a follow-up, here are some of the most popular questions with my answers…[Read More]
There are a number of tools available to us just beneath the surface in Photoshop. Although not suited for every situation, a wide range of images can benefit from selective color editing and adjustment to pull vibrant colors from a dull scene. From architecture, to landscape, to still-life photography, using enhanced dimensionality and color differentiation will improve perception of textures and move visual elements forward or back.
Watch as David Saffir and C. David Tobie work through a series of images on calibrated Eizo displays and show viewers the techniques that will make those images pop![Read More]