Archive for the 'Targets' category


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

X-Rite ColorChecker and Video at Hallmark Institute of Photography

by Brenda K. Hipsher – February 13th, 2012

X-Rite ColorChecker Classic has been the most photographed object on the planet for over 30 years.  From way back in film days professional photographers have known that taking a shot of a ColorChecker is the way to insure a color… 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

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

by Brenda K. Hipsher – September 22nd, 2011

“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… Read more

Upgrade to i1Publish

by Brenda K. Hipsher – June 16th, 2011

If you already own an i1Pro device you can upgrade to the new i1Publish software suite.  All previous versions of i1Pro devices work with the new software suite.  And upgrading is super easy.  There are only two upgrade packages. BOTH… Read more

NEW X-Rite i1 Professional Solutions Shipping!

by Brenda K. Hipsher – April 6th, 2011

i1Photo Pro has Landed featuring all new i1Profiler software The long awaited day is here!  X-Rite i1 Professional solutions, which includes the new i1Photo Pro, are now available. Each solution features the all-new i1Profiler software application designed to delivers superior… Read more

X-Rite ColorChecker Passport Video

by Brenda K. Hipsher – January 24th, 2011

If you’ve heard of ColorChecker Passport or seen one at a show and just haven’t quite taken the time to look carefully… here’s your chance.  Joe Brady walks you through what it does and how to use it step by… Read more

Color Shorts: White Balance with X-Rite ColorChecker Passport

by Brenda K. Hipsher – September 30th, 2010

by Brenda K. Hipsher Here’s the next in our series called Color Shorts on X-Rite ColorChecker Passport. Eduardo Angel shows you how to use the ColorChecker Passport to get one click repeatable white balance quickly and easily. Now you have… Read more

HDR and ColorChecker Passport – Part 1.

by eduardoangel – September 1st, 2010

This post was originally published in December 2009. I’ve just met and am getting to know Brian Matiash and since HDR photography is growing by leaps and bounds I wanted to share it with you again now.  Visit www.brianmatiash.com for… Read more

Creating Custom Printer Profiles with ColorMunki.

by eduardoangel – December 18th, 2009

By Eduardo Angel Connect your ColorMunki and open ColorMunki Photo (the current version is 1.1.1). Select “Create New Profile” Select the name of the printer you wish to profile from the menu. This menu contains a list of all of… Read more

The Latest Reviews on ColorChecker Passport.

by eduardoangel – November 30th, 2009

By Brenda K. Hipsher This past holiday week appears to have been a good time for more and more folks to have a look at ColorChecker Passport.  We’ve collected some more links for you.  You’ll find interesting reviews and blogs… Read more

ColorChecker Passport – Matching Color Response Under Different Light Sources

by eduardoangel – November 9th, 2009

by Joe Brady I’ve discussed the how’s and why’s of creating and using camera profiles in previous posts. One of the great benefits of having a DNG camera profile is the ability to match the color response or your camera… Read more

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