Archive for the 'adobe lightroom' category


A Passport to Great and Accurate Color by Coloratti Ian MacDonald-Smith

by Sandra Kehoe – July 10th, 2015

Who wants bad color? If you’re one of the few then read no further. I, however, always want to have the option to start with the best possible color from an image. My genres of landscape and abstract perhaps allow… Read more

X-Rite December Webinars

by Jeff Lazell – December 10th, 2014

Unfortunately for a lot of us December brings inclement weather and dropping temperatures. So, why not get your monthly dose of photographic education from the safety and warmth of your home or office with the X-Rite December Webinars? This month we will… Read more

The X-Rite Newsstand for 12/1-12/6

by Jeff Lazell – December 3rd, 2014

Welcome to the X-Rite Newsstand a weekly collection of links to great photography content around the web. Posted midweek. We hope this will help you be informed, be inspired, and get you over the mid week hump. Enjoy! The Nerve-Wracking… Read more

December Classes at the B&H Event Space

by Jeff Lazell – December 1st, 2014

The year is winding down, but there is still time to pack in some great photography education before the holiday season kicks into high gear. X-Rite will be offering two free classes at the B&H Event Space. Focusing on helping you… Read more

Adobe MAX Starts this Weekend October 4-8th

by Jeff Lazell – September 29th, 2014

This weekend, October 4th to 8th Adobe will be hosting the Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles, California. Master Coloratti Chris Orwig, Brian Smith and Greg Gorman will be there teaching amazing courses on a variety of photographic topics. This… Read more

File Basics: Rendering Intent

by Jeff Lazell – September 13th, 2014

Welcome to File Basics, a new feature to the X-Rite blog where I hope to demystify a lot of the settings and terms associated with building an effective post processing workflow. I worked on the production side of the photo… Read more

File Basics: How to Color Calibrate A Camera

by Jeff Lazell – August 19th, 2014

Welcome to File Basics, a new feature to the X-Rite blog where I hope to demystify a lot of the settings and terms associated with building an effective post processing workflow. I worked on the production side of the photo… Read more

File Basics: Bit Depth

by Jeff Lazell – August 4th, 2014

Welcome to File Basics, a new feature to the X-Rite blog where I hope to demystify a lot of the settings and terms associated with building an effective post processing workflow. I worked on the production side of the photo… Read more

The Anatomy of a ColorChecker Passport

by Jeff Lazell – May 23rd, 2014

Whether you work in the photo industry, or pursue photography as a passion or hobby hopefully you have come across one of my favorite color management tools at least once. The X-Rrite ColorChecker Passport. Now, I am sure that many if… Read more

A Dynamic Blending and Post Processing Workshop With Travel Photographer Elia Locardi

by Jeff Lazell – April 28th, 2014

Elia Locardi uses X-Rite color management solutions for digital photographers. Learn how you can stop guessing and start knowing with X-Rite color management solutions from X-Rite at www.xritephoto.com. Get the latest news, special offers, webinar notifications and much more by reading… Read more

Coloratti News | Mark Wallace on X-Rite ColorChecker Passport

by Brenda K. Hipsher – September 27th, 2011

Our good friend Coloratti Mark Wallace of snapfactory fame produces a wealth of educational material. His very latest upload to AdoramaTV is called Using the ColorChecker Passport: Ep 209. This episode is an in depth 20 minute tutorial on using… Read more

New eBook by Piet Van den Eynde

by Brenda K. Hipsher – September 20th, 2011

Coloratti and Freelance photographer Piet Van den Eynde   author of the blog “More Than Words” has  just released a new English language eBook about a technique that’s currently very popular: using your Speedlight or Speedlite or other hotshoe flash… Read more

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