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  • Catalina 64 Bit Don't Worry! Be Happy!

    If you’re itching to upgrade to Catalina 64 bit and concerned about your X-Rite software we’ve been preparing for this for some time. We’ve got the updates to software ready for you. Just last month a new version of i1Studio… Read more

  • Coloratti Photo of the Week – September 2019

    Portrait photography can be one of the most challenging forms of photography. Capturing a photo that appears natural and conveys the subject’s personality is a skill that takes patience and lots of practice. From choosing the right gear, finding the… Read more

  • i1Display Calibration

    X-Rite Announces New i1Display Calibration Solutions

    X-Rite i1Display Studio replaces the popular ColorMunki Display using a new version of i1Studio software. X-Rite i1Display Pro Plus is designed with filmmakers and video editors and colorists in mind with 2000 nit luminance measurement capability and BT.1886 tone response curve for better blacks and shadow color on HD and HDR displays.

  • August collage

    Coloratti Photo of the Week - Summer- August 2019

    We hope you all had a wonderful, sunshine-filled summer! In August we’ve been busy collating the most inspiring summer shots by our Coloratti Ambassadors. This month we featured photos from Piotr Piatek, Sandra Bartocha, Rafa Irusta, and Clay Cook. Let’s… Read more

  • Introducing The NEW i1Photo Pro 3 Plus

    The new i1Photo Pro 3 Plus is a spectral color measurement solution specifically designed for professional photographers who print on challenging textured and glossy photo media looking for the most accurate color in their RGB print workflows. i1Photo Pro 3… Read more

  • Accurate Colors from an iPhone Camera with ColorChecker Passport

    Getting accurate colors using ColorChecker Passport is not limited to professional cameras. I can calibrate a point and shoot, a micro four-thirds camera or even get accurate colors from an iPhone camera.  If it makes a photo and it has color,… Read more

  • ColorChecker Passport - Get Consistent Color From Every Camera

    Did you know that every camera has a slightly a different color response?  Essentially, every image sensor has a different color cast to it.  It’s pretty obvious that comparing a Nikon and a Fuji image of the same red dress will yield completely different versions of red.  The same is true for a Canon 5D MIV and a Canon EOS R.  But what you may not realize is that even one Nikon D850 and another Nikon D850 can have slightly different color responses to the same scene.  There is just no getting around it… all cameras see color differently.

  • Collage July

    Coloratti Photo of the Week – July 2019

    Another month of fantastic pictures from our Coloratti is coming to an end. In July we welcomed a new photographer to our Coloratti family, Francesco De Marco. We also shared some amazing landscape photography from Francesco Gola and Kevin Wilson.… Read more

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