The world presents us with a variety of subjects to photograph. Some may be extremely small and a bit difficult to discover or even recognize their full potential. Macro photography allows us to capture an extreme close-up and emphasize intricate detail. It can be challenging and demands a great deal of attention to photographic technique.
Watch as Datacolor Experts David Saffir and C. David Tobie explore techniques and possibilities in Macro photography, including camera and lens selection, camera supports, focusing rails and focus control, lens reversal, extension tube lighting, capture color control, image stacking for depth of field, and post-production techniques. You’ll find that Macro photography is easier than it looks which will enable you to produce impressive images in no time![Read More]
Have you taken the perfect picture this year and think it deserves more exposure? This summer, Datacolor is sponsoring the seventh annual Better Photography Magazine Photograph of the Year contest. The contest includes six different categories including: Emotive Portraits, Classic Landscapes, Creative Flair, Exotic Travel, Incredible Sport and Revealing Nature. Each category will include Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards and winners will receive prizes from the sponsors. Winning entries will also be featured in Better Photography Magazine! The best photo will be named the “Seventh Annual Better Photography Magazine Photograph of the Year” and the winner will receive a $5,000 cash prize. The contest will be judged by photography legends Peter Eastway, Tony Hewitt and David Oliver. Photographers can enter their work for $20 per image or $80 for five entries. Entries close July 31, 2013. Visit BetterPhotography.com for additional information.[Read More]
This article describes how to create a WiFi network directly from a Mac with built-in WiFi. Such networks do not require a wireless router, and can be used to communicate directly between your Mac and your iPhone or iPad. This makes them ideal for using with the Datacolor SpyderGALLERY application, which requires WiFi between the iOS device you wish to calibrate, and the Mac that has the Spyder plugged into it. Once you know this trick you will use it for lots of other things, including moving files between your devices.[Read More]
It’s 10 pm – do you know where you image files are? With the pressure of making sure you don’t lose your files, managing your digital images can often be daunting. There are many risks in the way you handle your files. Much of it comes down to personal preference and what methods work best for you. Understanding the methods available will help you design a workflow that is secure and efficient and can help you increase profitability within the world of digital photography.
Goals to keep in mind include:
Watch as Datacolor Experts David Saffir and C. David Tobie, along with Lexar’s Jeff Cable discuss step-by-step workflow for image file management from capture to archiving. Along the way they’ll deal with issues like capture media, storage media selection, file organization, cataloguing, keyword and keyword searching.[Read More]
Creating extraordinary images may seem daunting. It’s important to choose the right combination of tools to bring your work to the next level. Combining Spyder products with onOne Software solutions will enable you to work confidently throughout your workflow. You’ll have everything you need to solve the most common problems in digital photography, correct your color, maximize your creativity and realize your photographic vision.
Watch as Datacolor Experts David Saffir and C. David Tobie explore the tools and techniques necessary for having controlled focus and enhancing or limiting depth of field along with focus related issues related to color management.[Read More]