Color Management

New X-Rite ColorMunki, i1Display Pro and ColorChecker Passport Bundles

If you’ve found that the images you’re seeing on your camera’s display just don’t look the same once they are seen on your monitor, then you probably need to calibrate your equipment—and X-Rite is here to help. For a limited time X-Rite is offering a complete, tailored-made bundle for those in the photographic community who want to ensure they capture, edit and display their work properly—with the correct colors.

X-Rite Unveils a New Level of Ease in Color Management for Digital Imaging

If you use monitors, projectors, cameras or printers in your digital imaging workflow then you know how crucial it is to have accurate and reliable color calibration, from start to finish. X-Rite has released the new i1 Pro 2 line of professional color management solutions.

Getting the Best Results from Your New Camera

Let’s face it: aside from getting together with family and friends to celebrate the holiday season, the neatest part of the holidays is the exchange of gifts. And if you’re reading this article, there’s a pretty good chance you just received a new camera, a new lens, a flash or some sort of photo-related goodie as a holiday gift (hopefully something you have been pining for).

Color Management with the X-Rite Color Checker Passport

Color management in digital photography is the supervision of color from input to output. A camera captures color, a monitor displays this color accurately and a printer outputs what's on the screen. Seem simple? Guess again.

Tune Up iPad Color with Datacolor Spyder3 Color-Calibration App for iPads

It shouldn’t come as a surprise to know that the color, contrast and tonal qualities of your digital image files appear differently even when viewed side-by-side on “identical” monitors or screens. It should be less of a surprise to learn that the color quality of your image files often looks even worse when viewed on consumer products such as other tablets and smartphones.

Considering Color Management with The X-Rite Color Checker Passport

Color management in digital photography is effectively the supervision of color from input to output. A camera captures color, a monitor displays this color accurately, and a printer outputs what's on screen. Seem simple? It's not. Plagued with a lack of standards and countless variables, color management is among the most confounding, perplexing, and difficult concepts to master in digital imaging.

Color Management for the Color Blind

Color management, the art and science of reproducing accurate skin tones, blue skies, red apples, and yellow bananas is a relatively painless process for about 90%-or-so of the human race. If you belong to the majority of the populous, own a decent monitor, printer, and a color calibration system - and actually take the time to use it – you should be able to faithfully render the color and tonality of the image you saw in the camera's viewfinder.

Camcorder Accessories for Image Management

Peripheral to the art of video capture is a wealth of accessories, available to assist us as we shape and craft our visions into story form. Your main tool is a "proper" video camcorder. Each camcorder manufacturer implements manual controls in various configurations and for various functions to allow the filmmaker options to fine-tune image tonal qualities.

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