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April 8th, 2015

Datacolor Spyder5 Redesigned Calibration System

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
Datacolor Spyder5
In order to ensure the colors in your printed image are the same as what you intended while processing your digital images, it’s important to calibrate your monitor. Datacolor has released the redesigned portable Spyder5 with a 7-detector optical engine for increased tonal response. The Spyder5 is available in 3 versions. The Spyder5EXPRESS ($129) uses …
August 16th, 2012

Embracing Uncertainty

Posted By Michael Frye
Reeds and Cloud Reflections no. 1
Planning The future is uncertain, so we try to control it by planning. We think that if we do A and B the result will be C. But sometimes there are too many variables that we can’t account for, so the result might not be C—it could be D, or E, or even Z. Photographers …
February 3rd, 2011

Digital Photography Basics: Reading Histograms

Posted By Michael Frye
Understanding how to read a histogram is the best way to judge exposure in high-contrast scenes like this
With this post I’m introducing a new series on this blog. Every month or so I’ll be writing about photography basics like exposure, depth of field, camera settings, or the fundamentals of light and composition. I want to keep the content here relevant for all landscape photographers, not just advanced ones, and help everyone learn …