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ColorChecker Passport Webinar

     

by Brenda K. Hipsher – April 14th, 2010

by Brenda K. Hipsher

Are you dreading Tax Day?  Me too!  But this year there’s something you can do to learn more about a ColorChecker Passport so you can have more time for shooting pictures next year and less time tweaking the color!

Register for this FREE Webinar that will run two times on April 15, 2010. Whether you’re a professional photographer, a photographic enthusiast or just someone who wants accurate color every time on every camera, this webinar is for you.

Here’s what you can expect to learn in a “How To” mode:

  • Creating and Using Camera Profiles
  • Custom White Balance with the Passport
  • One click accurate color edits
  • Matching color response of two or more cameras
  • Matching color response under different lighting conditions
  • Color editing in Adobe® Lightroom®
  • Color editing in Adobe® Photoshop®

Two chances to attend. Just pick the one that suits your schedule and register now.

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST Register here >

3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST Register here >

Make your Tax Day a day you’ll remember in a good way.  Get in on this free ticket to One-Click Color Correction using ColorChecker Passport by X-Rite.  And remember there’s a new video on Passport by Joe Brady.  And while your there check out the Webinar Archives page. There are all kinds of free archived webinars for you there.

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0 responses to “ColorChecker Passport Webinar”

  1. Anthony Dias says:

    This is probably the wrong place to post this, but is there any chance that Apple Aperture will have support for the color checker?

    I am purchasing a ColorMunki from B&H as we speak and I am sure that I am not the only photographer who uses Aperture who would like to make full use of a ColorChecker Passport.

    Put it this way… I am buying the ColorMunki right now and if Aperture 3 was supported, I would also be buying the Passport.

  2. Lee says:

    I am ready to buy a Colorchecker but can’t find any information on the support for Aperture. Does X-rite support Aperture with their profiles ?

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