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5 Tips to Photographing Your Local Botanical Garden

by Alan Winslow – July 25th, 2018

Gardens are in full bloom and photographers are grabbing their gear and heading outside to capture the beauty of plants in full bloom. The team here at X-Rite loves color, we’re all Color Perfectionists, so we’re overly excited to break… Read more

Workshop: Developing A Travel Narrative – From Capture to Print

by Alan Winslow – June 25th, 2018

Are you going on a vacation? Traveling to a new and exotic locale? Are you looking to produce images other than the classic tourist images? Does the idea of spending a week on the coast of Maine sound appealing? Well,… Read more

Quick Tip: Increase Print Output with the New i1Studio Black and White Looks

by Alan Winslow – June 13th, 2018

Are prints a crucial part of your photography business? Do you need to produce prints quickly for client proofs to drive sales? A new feature in the I1Studio will help you achieve quick results in five different toning styles. In… Read more

Quick Tip: ISO and its Effects on our Images

by Alan Winslow – May 18th, 2018

Camera ISO is an often overlooked setting in the world of photography. More often than not, photographers set their cameras to Auto ISO and forget about the feature. Today we’re going to explore this setting so you can make the… Read more

X-Rite Quick Tip: Six Tips to Produce a Mouth-Watering Food Photograph

by Alan Winslow – April 19th, 2018

Have you ever wondered how to capture an eye-popping mouth-watering food photograph? We traveled to New Orleans to take in all the sights, sounds and flavors to develop six tips to get you started on your path to better and… Read more

X-Rite Quick Tip: Getting Your Best Winter Photo

by Alan Winslow – March 6th, 2018

Winter can be one of the best times to get out and explore your favorite outdoor winter photo spots. Here are some quick tips to get that perfect fresh snow image! Overexpose: Our camera meters are standardized for middle gray,… Read more

Five Essential Archiving Tips for Professional Photographers

by Alan Winslow – January 11th, 2018

Organizing images is time consuming so this article presents five essential archiving tips for professional photographers. We welcome our friend Loni Efron for this special guest blog. She holds quarterly meetings to educate about iArchive and the importance of a thoughtful,… Read more

Q&A with Tim Grey – X-Rite Coloratti

by Sandra Kehoe – June 12th, 2016

Tim Grey – Photographer, Author, Educator and X-Rite Coloratti answers your questions on Photography, Photo Editing in Lightroom + Photoshop, Color Management and more.     How can I remove color cast from a portion of a picture? The basic… Read more

The Art of Creating Living Photography

by Sandra Kehoe – February 17th, 2016

By X-Rite Coloratti Michael Grecco. As someone who both appreciates and creates still photography and motion footage, I’ve spent a great deal of time thinking of the best ways they might come together. After all, we live in a world… Read more

Adobe Lightroom CC – What does the new version really mean for you?

by Dave Mobbs – May 21st, 2015

  On April 21st 2015, Adobe announced the release of their long awaited update to Lightroom with Lightroom CC and Lightroom 6, promising a host of new features to make your creative life that much easier. So what’s the difference… Read more

X-Rite Color Management Solutions Color Tip

Optimize Your Work Space for Color Management

by Aimee Baldridge – December 12th, 2012

Calibrating and profiling are the place to start in a color-managed workflow. But it’s important to give a little attention to your work space, too. Here are a few housekeeping items that will help you maintain a clear, consistent view… Read more

Breathing Color | Color Management Using Saved Targets

by Brenda K. Hipsher – August 8th, 2011

Our friend Paul Morales, “The Art of Printmaking” blog at Breathing Color, is churning out some really great information.  He’s published two articles that we would like to call your attention to specifically. There are many other interesting posts on… Read more

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