Archive for 'ColorChecker Passport' tag


Controlling Color and Light When Fusing Still and Moving Images – Sanjay Jogia

by Dave Mobbs – October 4th, 2016

Sanjay Jogia and his wife Roshni Jogia run a successful WPPI & SWPP award winning luxury destination wedding photography business based in London, and has been recently featured as one of the 6 Best Wedding Photographers in the World by… Read more

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ColorChecker Turns 40!

by Sandra Kehoe – March 18th, 2016

It’s hard to believe that the Macbeth ColorChecker Color Rendition Chart, or ColorChecker Classic as it’s known today, has been used in the image reproduction process for the last forty years. What is incredible is that this appears to be… Read more


Free Webinar – Aug 4 at 12PM EDT : Perfect Color in Landscape & Portraits

by Sandra Kehoe – August 3rd, 2015

Perfect Color in Landscape & Portraits.  Join host Joe Brady for a free webinar on Aug 04, 2015 at 12:00 PM EDT. Put the Power of the X-Rite ColorChecker Passport in your images! Register now!   Join host and… Read more

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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


How to Get Perfect Color in Portrait & Landscape Photography

by Sandra Kehoe – June 5th, 2015

Photographer and X-Rite Coloratti Joe Brady talks about color in both landscape and portrait photography and easy it is to get great color with the ColorChecker Passport from X-Rite. Getting great color seems like an easy request, doesn’t it? Shouldn’t… Read more

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Color Talk with Clay Cook

by Sandra Kehoe – March 30th, 2015

I had the great pleasure to spend time with Clay Cook at the recent International Photography Show in Vegas (WPPI). I was instantly struck with how young he is for such an accomplished photographer, as we sat down together for a… Read more

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X-Rite Photo @ NY Film Academy Tools of the Trade

by Sandra Kehoe – March 19th, 2015

X-Rite Photo recently participated in the B&H EDU Tools of the Trade event at the New York Film Academy in Downtown Manhattan. It was a great opportunity to meet all these creative young students who are studying a wide variety of… Read more


Why Color Manage?

by Dave Mobbs – February 27th, 2015

Given that you’re already on the X-Rite website, and that you may have come to this page through one of our social media channels around the world this question may already be answered. That said, many of the customers we… Read more

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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


An Introduction to Video Editing and Color Grading with X-Rite and DaVinci Resolve 11

by Jeff Lazell – September 15th, 2014

    On September 23rd at 1pmEDT join Victor Ha as he explores the world of DaVinci Resolve 11 and shows us how X-Rite products can be integrated to help us achieve better color in our video footage. In this… 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


Congratulations to this week’s #ColorCheckerContest winner Michael Douglas!

by Jeff Lazell – August 15th, 2014

By entering this shot in the #ColorCheckerContest Michael snagged himself a ColorMunki Display and a chance to win the grand prize of a signed 13×19 print from Coloratti Greg Gorman! For more of Michael’s work head to or follow him on… Read more