Archive for 'calibration' tag


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The Story Behind A Landscape Photograph (Part One)

by Dave Mobbs – April 4th, 2018

Landscape can be one of the easiest photography subjects, but you will often find that there is much more to this subject than meets the eye. In this two-part blog series, we sat down with our talented Coloratti Ambassadors to… Read more

The power of HSL Adjustment Layers in Affinity Photo

by Alan Winslow – March 27th, 2018

When editing using Affinity Photo software, we use adjustment layers to make non-destructive corrections to our images. Working inside the Photo Persona in the Affinity Photo, we are going to look at the power of HSL adjustment layers to make… Read more

X-Rite Quick Tip: How Our Prints Look on Different Paper Surface

by Alan Winslow – March 9th, 2018

Characteristics of a paper surface can drastically affect how our final printed images appear. You’ve spent the time in the field or studio making your dream shot. You’ve toned your photo on a calibrated monitor perfecting the final image on… Read more

Eddie Tapp and ColorMunki Photo.

by eduardoangel – November 25th, 2009

by Eduardo Angel Eddie Tapp demonstrates ColorMunki Photo on location and in the studio.

Calibrating multiple monitors.

by eduardoangel – September 8th, 2009

By Mary DeCator When you calibrate multiple monitors to match each other, they may match closely but not exactly. You may especially notice a change in cases where you are using a mix of backlighting technologies. In order to be… Read more

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