Why You Should Use Autofocus Microadjustment

Hidden away in the menus of advanced DSLR cameras is something called “Autofocus Microadjustment,” which allows you to make changes quickly and painlessly to your camera’s autofocus system, resulting in more accurate focusing and sharper images. If one, or all, of your lenses consistently focuses just a little too far (back-focusing), or too close (front-focusing), you can make adjustments to be right on target.

The Key To Creative Image Control

Whenever you open, select, or edit the digital images you’ve shot, or creatively correct or enhance them using post-production software such as Photoshop or Lightroom, you are relying on a display device—a monitor connected to or built into your computer, tablet, or smartphone—to show you an accurate representation of your images.

Holiday 2012: Tools for a Successful Lightroom Workflow

Since the workflow concerning the primary use of digital cameras differs greatly from traditional film methodologies, new technologies exist to greater benefit this rapidly changing and evolving means of image production. With film-based photography, keeping an archive of your work meant physical, archival storage and required space and hands-on working means.

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.

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