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Photographer Don Mammoser recently spent 21 months traveling the world with just one lens. His story and photographs are something you won't want to miss: click here Do you have your own story about traveling the world with your camera? We'd love to hear about it. Comment below! While you don't have to use one lens, the pocket-sized SpyderCUBE will help ensure your white balance, exposure, black level and brightness are precise wherever you travel: click here
Have Camera, Have Lens, Will Travel | OutdoorPhotographer.com click here How professional photographer Don Mammoser spent 21 months straight traveling the world with just one lens
It's not too late to register for the B&H Event Space: Studio and Product Photography sponsored by Datacolor TODAY at 4 p.m. EDT. Register here: click here
Studio and Tabletop Product Photography Sponsored by Datacolor click here Product photography requires a great deal of work in order to get the shot just right. A product shot is crucial in conveying a products use and/or message. They are the photos you see online with any retailer, in a magazine or on a billboard. Gear varies from product-to-product, but the fundament...
A new post is up on the SpyderBlog! Check out the second part of C. David Tobie's article; "The Retina iMac for Photo and Video Work, Part II". click here
C. David Tobie: The Retina iMac for Photo and Video Work, Part II blog.datacolor.com Visual color assessment of the Retina iMac's display shows it to be close to the target values, closer than many off-the-shelf displays. Its color and de
Sigma is Gearing Up for PhotoPlus Expo 2014! blog.sigmaphoto.com Sigma will be exhibiting at the PDN PhotoPlus International Conference + Expo. It's one of our favorite times of the year; the energy is through the roof! We invite you to visit us at the Javits Center in Manhattan, NY Thursday, October 30th through Saturday, November 1. PPE, as we like to call it,...
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A new post is up on the SpyderBlog! Check out this article by C. David Tobie, "The Retina iMac for Photo and Video Work, Part I". Be sure to check back for Part II! click here
C. David Tobie: The Retina iMac for Photo and Video Work, Part I blog.datacolor.com In a few short years the iMac has moved from being a rather slow, utilitarian looking machine that could not be recommended for photo or video work, to a b
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