Archive for 'Printing' tag


Part 6 Wrap Up: i1Studio Workflow One Step Further

by Alan Winslow – February 12th, 2019

In part 6 of our i1Studio Workflow series, RC Conception wraps up by exploring key color management components in a little more depth. Topics discussed in this video include: Color Sync Utility Software sRGB, Adobe RGB, ProFoto Explained Further investigation… Read more

Part 4/5 Printer Profiles: i1Studio Workflow with RC Conception

by Alan Winslow – February 5th, 2019

For part 4 and 5 of our i1Studio Workflow series, RC Conception tackles developing and implementing ICC printer profiles for color and black & white printing. Printing can be intimidating, but RC breaks down the process to get beautiful images… Read more

Guest Post: Thibault Roland – Why Color is Important in B&W Photography

by Alan Winslow – January 2nd, 2019

Today’s guest blog comes from the talented Thibault Roland.  Thibault is a black and white fine art photographer from Portland, Oregon. He will be discussing why it is necessary to color calibrate your monitor and printer even if your goal… Read more

Free Printing Guide From Master Printer and Coloratti John Paul Caponigro

by Alan Winslow – December 28th, 2018

Learn the basics of printing from Coloratti, Master Printer and Artist John Paul Caponigro for free! The guide is an incredible opportunity for any printer.… 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

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

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Color Management: The cornerstone of a digital workflow

by Sandra Kehoe – June 19th, 2017

By X-Rite Coloratti Michael Clark Color management is the cornerstone of any digital workflow involving photography or video. In fact, color management, including how your set up your workspace, what monitor you use and how you calibrate and profile that… Read more

Two Keys to Accurate Prints with Tim Grey

by Sandra Kehoe – July 7th, 2016

There’s no question that color management is a somewhat complicated topic. But as photographers, we don’t need to fully understand all of the complexity of color management in order to produce prints with consistent and predictable color. In fact, there… Read more

X-Rite Photography Webinars – JULY 2016

by Sandra Kehoe – June 30th, 2016

Learn how to improve your photography with our free educational photography webinars during the month of July hosted by members of the X-Rite Coloratti community of professional Photographers, Educators & Authors. July 12th, 2016 X-Rite Photo & Video presents: Evaluating Your Photos with… Read more

The X-Rite Newsstand for 8/27/14

by Jeff Lazell – August 27th, 2014

Welcome to the X-Rite Newsstand a weekly collection of links to great photography content around the web. Posted weekly on Wednesdays. We hope this will help you be informed, be inspired, and get you over the mid week hump. Enjoy!… Read more

Color Management and Color Perception

by Javan Bramhall – May 6th, 2014

This is a guest blog by UK Coloratti Mark Wood. Mark is an artist, photographer & training provider; solving technical and creative problems. His creative practice centres on photography and the graphic arts. He initiates personal projects for exhibition and… Read more

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“Print – The Purest Form of Image Making” | An interview with Clive Booth

by Javan Bramhall – October 8th, 2013

Clive Booth is a fashion, beauty and portrait photographer, plus filmmaker. He is known for his distinctive style of selective focus in natural, available, continuous and found light, which gives his work an atmospheric, intimate and ethereal quality. Recent commissions… Read more