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My ColorChecker Classic XL Workflow – Ratko Asanovic

by Dave Mobbs – July 12th, 2019

Every camera captures color differently. There are many reasons why; it could be its sensor or perhaps how the camera handles white balance, or it might even be a cameras image processor. Every lens will react differently. Whatever the reason for… Read more

X-Rite Coloratti Photo of The Week – June

by Alexandra Ilie – June 27th, 2019

Every last Thursday of the month we look back at the images we shared on Facebook and Twitter and reveal the stories behind the  Coloratti Photos of the Week. It seems like the pictures have absolutely nothing in common but… Read more

Part 3 ColorTrue: i1Studio Workflow with RC Conception

by Alan Winslow – January 29th, 2019

Bringing your mobile device to client meetings? Are you carrying your portfolio on your phone? Are you a color perfectionist? In our on-the-go, photography-filled world, mobile devices have become one of the most important ways of displaying and sharing our… Read more

Part 2 ColorChecker: i1Studio Workflow with RC Conception

by Alan Winslow – January 22nd, 2019

Have you ever wondered how to use your X-Rite ColorChecker Classic Mini or X-Rite ColorChecker Passport? Well in part two of our i1Studio workflow series RC Conception will show you exactly how.… Read more

Part 1: X-Rite i1Studio Workflow with RC Conception

by Alan Winslow – January 15th, 2019

Artist and educator RC Conception introduces a six-part i1Studio workflow series produced for X-Rite. We are excited to share this series with you. RC will break down every component of the i1Studio and its powerful workflow. RC is incredibly talented… Read more

The Importance of Personal Projects

by Alan Winslow – January 10th, 2019

A piece of advice that I have gotten over the years from editors, mentors, curators, and other photographers is the importance of personal projects. I would describe a personal project as a body of work that you were not commissioned… 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

Coloratti POTW October

X-Rite Coloratti Photo of the Week – October 2018

by Dave Mobbs – October 25th, 2018

Every month we share the work of our talented Coloratti as our POTW on our Facebook and Twitter feeds. This October, it was the turn of Martyn Goddard, Francesco Gola and Ross Grieve to be featured, with images ranging from landscapes,… Read more

Conversation with Coloratti Matthew Jordan Smith

by Alan Winslow – October 12th, 2018

A while back we had the opportunity to sit down with Matthew Jordan Smith in the studio after he wrapped up a shoot. It’s always a pleasure to chat with and learn from working professionals especially ones as friendly and… Read more

Challenge Yourself with Black and White in Colorful Locations!

by Alan Winslow – August 28th, 2018

Whenever we head out to photograph a new location, we are looking to expand our practice, push ourselves, and capture exciting moments. Earlier this month we hit the road and went to Newport Beach, California to explore. Before we set… Read more

Savings on your Favorite i1 and ColorChecker Solutions

by Alan Winslow – August 25th, 2018

Announcing NEW Instant Summer Savings on your favorite i1 and ColorChecker Solutions! These fantastic deals are live for a short time only starting August 1st and ending September 30th so act fast! These savings are limited time and for US… Read more

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The Biggest Lesson I’ve Learned in Photography with Coloratti Ashley Karyl

by Dave Mobbs – August 20th, 2018

The number one thing I have learned in my photography career is really simple: always practice good photo technique. If you avoid errors when shooting, you won’t have to fix them later. Get the basics right   This comes down… Read more