Archive for the 'Viewing' category


Make Color Inkjet Prints Last

by Aimee Baldridge – January 22nd, 2013

Yellowing whites and faded colors can be cool effects to apply to Instagram snapshots, but they’re not what you want to see when you open the box of your most treasured family and artistic photographs. When you make color inkjet… Read more

Calibrated Uncalibrated

To ColorMunki Photo or ColorMunki Display? That is the Question!

by Brenda K. Hipsher – November 27th, 2012

We recently ran across a review of ColorMunki Photo from way back in January 2011.  Trey Ratcliff talkes about monitor calibration on his blog called Stuck in Customs. Trey talks about the fact that our eyes tend to try to… Read more

Coloratti News | John Paul Caponigro on Soft Proofing

by Brenda K. Hipsher – November 3rd, 2011

Wouldn’t it be great if you could get an idea of what an image would look like when it’s printed on a glossy paper versus a matte paper. And it really would be wonderful if you could see what difference… Read more

The Art of Printmaking | HDR Photography, Monitors, Post Processing

by Brenda K. Hipsher – October 31st, 2011

Our friend Renee Besta has written a very nice guest blog on The Art of Printmaking blog at Breathing Color. The post is called How to Print HDR Photographs — Monitors and Post-Processing and features an in depth look at… Read more