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Advanced Editing in Spyder Print

We all know the importance of creating a calibrated display for an accurate view of your digital world. But a Color Managed Workflow includes more than display calibration - input and output steps can be Color Managed as well. Datacolor’s solution for output calibration is Spyder Print. […]

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Air

As a photographer, how do you capture something invisible like air? Camilla Pizzini tackles this question by completely immersing herself into the subject – literally, rendering herself airborne via paragliding for a photo shoot. […]

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Questions for Lutz Klapp

Lutz Klapp, participant and 3rd place winner in our “Ode to Joy” photo competition held this past fall, 2021, talks about his love of both nature photography. […]

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Questions for Carsten Schröder

Carsten Schröder, participant in the “Ode to Joy” photo competition in autumn 2021 and winner of the 1st place, talks about how he came to photography and what fascinates him about it. […]

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“Ode to Joy” photo competition – the winners

What brings you joy? It was the question we posed to photographers for Datacolor’s Fall 2021 Photo Contest, “Ode to Joy,” held in Germany this year. We’re happy to report that we were inundated with amazing photos that served to remind us that joy is indeed all around us and can be found anywhere if we simply take the time to look.[…]

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Color

As a commercial food and drink photographer, Friends with Visoin photographer feels that, “Color is everything to me - especially with recent shifts in trends towards more visually graphic advertising.”[…]

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Questions for Diana Jill Mehner

Diana Jill Mehner, participant in our fall, 2020 photo competition, #BringingColorIntoYourLife, talks about how she came to photography and what fascinates her about photographing dogs. […]

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Childhood

The experiences of our childhood often shape our lives in ways that are both predictable and unpredictable. Here, Friends with Vision and landscape photographer Christian Hoiberg shares how his childhood connection to nature – even in its coldest and harshest forms – inspires his current work. He reminds us how imperative it is for all of us to tap into our own innate sense of child-like curiosity and adventure, embracing the beauty and wonder life has to offer. […]

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Fluidity

Capturing the essence of movement in a still image can be challenging – capturing a specific type of movement, such as fluidity, really calls for tapping into both creative and technical skills as a photographer. In this blog post, Mark Dobson shares his insights on this topic, sharing his learnings on photographing the ultimate fluid subject matter – water. […]

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7 Tips on Shooting Fireworks like a Pro!

It’s great fun to photograph fireworks, especially if your photos turn out well! Over the years I’ve done it with a variety of cameras and even a drone. But other than some casual tips for friends, I haven’t put together an article on the topic until now. […]

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