Best of 2010 – Using ColorChecker Passport for Camera Profiles
by Brenda K. Hipsher – December 28th, 2010
by Brenda K. Hipsher
This post contains a link to what is still one of the most concise and useful videos on using ColorChecker Passport to create custom camera profiles for use in Adobe applications. Take a first look if you haven’t seen it and a second or third look if you have seen it. I’m still learning new ways to use and utilize ColorChecker Passport. We hope you enjoy this repost over your New Year’s holiday. And here’s wishing you and yours all the best in 2011!
How-To Video for ColorChecker Passport!
There’s a new video in town. It’s a 5 minute walk through that shows you how to make custom camera profiles for your DSLR camera with ColorChecker Passport. If you’ve heard about custom camera profiles in your RAW workflow and how easy this can be using Lightroom or Adobe Camera Raw then take 7 minutes just to have a look at the quickest, simplest answer you can imagine to getting good color every time you shoot. That’s seven minutes to better, faster, more consistent color in your color workflow saving you time and money and making photography fun and predictable again!
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