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Edmund Ronald published a very interesting post recently on his blog Edmund Ronald’s Color News. The post outlined a workflow for troubleshooting printer problems using the Vendor Color mode instead of using your professional workflow that utilizes your custom profiles.… Read more Continue reading
Calibrating your monitor is an essential first step toward controlling color, but to complete the process when you’re printing, you need to see an accurate preview of what your image will look like when reproduced by the specific paper and… Read more Continue reading
Ian Brenes is a photographer in Vancouver, Washington whom I stumbled on while researching shooters on the Internet. When I found out he is only 21, I felt like I had stumbled in real life. His work is professional and … Continue reading →
Tim Meyer teaches internationally and is sponsored by H&H Color Lab, Big Folio and Triple Scoop Music. His writings on photography and art have been published internationally, and his book, The Portrait – Understanding Portrait Photography, co-written with Glenn Rand and published … Continue reading →
Finding great photographers you didn’t know of before is always a thrill. Here’s a great behind-the-scenes story about Anne Stephenson of Salt Lake City, Utah. I was particularly drawn to her food photography, which gets front row treatment on her … Continue reading →
The name says it all. Softboxes were made to create soft light, but what if you want to go further? Christopher Grey shows us one idea in this how-to article. With examples to illustrate each lighting set-up, Grey walks us … Continue reading →
If you’ve ever wanted to know the secret behind 1950’s-style portrait lighting, Christopher Grey is here to help. The key to a 50’s-style is one part color palette and one part a distinctive lighting. Because this is a more complex, … Continue reading →
In this article by Christopher Grey, he demonstrates a technique that gives the background of your studio portraits some pizzaz. He says to “think of each light modifier as a “personality.” Strong or weak, hard or soft, each modifier is … Continue reading →
Learn how to create portraits with the look and feel of 70’s film photography with a technique by Christopher Grey. He writes, “Back in the ’70s, high speed color transparency film was push-processed to increase contrast and grain. Images were … Continue reading →
When Christopher Grey got the opportunity to shoot a once in a lifetime series of portraits, he knew the lighting had to perfect or he’d miss the moment forever. He ended up going with what he calls a “wall of … Continue reading →