“Get the colours right…” | X-Rite ColorChecker Passport User

     

by Brenda K. Hipsher – September 22nd, 2011

Stephan Bollinger on X-Rite ColorChecker Passport“I use the CCPassport in every shot I can,” says Stephen Bollingerof Australia. Last week he published a short but informative article on X-Rite ColorChecker Passport on his “Production Diary.”  The entry is called “Get the colours right…”He begins with a quesion he’s often asked,

Stephen goes on to say, “Since I am asked this question quite often, I thought I share my little sweet secret: X-Rite ColorChecker Passport.

Stephen is married, father of two beautiful daughters and an accomplished photographer.  Originally from Switzerland he makes his home now on the Gold Coast in Southport, Australia. He’s a busy guy with a family, a studio, and his own workshop schedule.

Stephen’s “Production Diary”  is an interesting way to impart brief articles that include a lot of info.  You’ll find all kinds of things there from tech tips to the most recent commercial shoots. Find out more at www.swissphoto.com.au.

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2 responses to ““Get the colours right…” | X-Rite ColorChecker Passport User”

  1. tom betser says:

    how do you delete camera presets from the camera calibration tab in light room. I’am starting to get a long list of presets from using
    color checker passport. thank you.

    • Brenda K. Hipsher says:

      Great question Tom! Register your ColorChecker Passport and you will receive a download link to DNG Profile manager. This handy little utility will allow you to delete, hide, export, and import camera profiles!
      http://www.xritephoto.com/register. You’ll find your serial number on the last page facing the white card. Enjoy!

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