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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

DPP Solutions: Defeating Dust

What you need to know about cleaning your sensor

DPP Solutions: Defeating DustDust is everywhere—even inside your camera where it doesn’t belong. Dust that collects on the imaging sensor can cause tiny blotches to appear on your images.  Read More...

Monday, August 10, 2009

The High-Tech Camera Bag

Balancing protection for your valuable gear with functionality requires innovative high-tech solutions

The High-Tech Camera BagIf you’re carrying your digital camera in an antiquated bag, it’s time to upgrade.  Read More...

Friday, June 19, 2009

Tamrac Walkthroughs

A Video Is Worth 10,000 Words

Tamrac WalkthroughsTamrac, producer of specialized camera bags, cases and backpacks, has provided this informative set of videos exploring the capabilities and detailed construction of a few of its more popular lines. Each presents guided walk-throughs from Tamrac personnel on the features and benefits of each series, stepping viewers through the bag from capacity to comfort factor to build.  Read More...

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

D-SLRs For The Professional

2008 was a big year for D-SLRs, and there are now more choices than ever for pros seeking a primary or backup camera. Check out some of the key innovations and the latest models.

D-SLRs  For The ProfessionalWhen we last left the D-SLR Wars a year ago, high-resolution LCD monitors and Live View shooting were the hot items.   Read More...

Monday, June 23, 2008

Hi-Tech Studio: A Camcorder Primer For Photojournalists

As camcorders continue to evolve, so does the opportunity for photojournalists to create high-definition video essays alongside their D-SLR work

Hi-Tech Studio: A Camcorder Primer For Photojournalists

Photojournalism is in a period of transition. While many photographers continue to image solely with still cameras, others are finding video to be a necessary supplement to their work. Video is being used to deliver news stories for blogs and websites, as well as for traditional broadcasts. Motion capture also is taking the form of individual video stills published in print and online. Here, we cover some of the new high-definition video cameras a photojournalist might find useful for getting into videography.

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Monday, April 28, 2008

Hi-Tech Studio: Professional Black-And-White Printers

Amid the many options for black-and-white printers, there are a few models that pick up where film left off, providing superior black-and-white prints reminiscent of the days in the darkroom

Hi-Tech Studio: Professional Black-And-White Printers

Black-and-white printing has been in a state of flux from the days of film to the early stages of digital inkjet printing. The problem with film was that color photos were the most difficult to reproduce in the darkroom due to the difficult silver-halide workflow. Today the paradigm has shifted, making black-and-white printing one of the most difficult areas to master in a now digital world.

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Monday, February 11, 2008

Hi-Tech Studio: High-End Rental Studios

When you don't own your own studio, a high-end rental studio is your solution

Hi-Tech Studio: High-End Rental Studios

The cost of owning your own studio, especially with the current real-estate woes, makes taking your job to a high-end studio one of the easiest choices to make when compared to the costs of owning and maintaining your own space. From big jobs to small jobs to elaborate setups, shooting at a high-end rental studio justifies the cost of renting when you incorporate all the benefits and money you'll save in the end.

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Monday, January 7, 2008

Hi-Tech Studio: Complete Color Calibration

Color management from reality to reproduction

Hi-Tech Studio: Complete Color Calibration

Plato said that art is thrice removed from reality. Although the philosopher wasn't a photographer, he hit the nail right on the head where digital imaging is concerned. If we follow what happens to the color of an object during the photographic process—from capture through output—we see several junctures where the colors are likely to be changed unintentionally, and we can gain a better understanding of why it's important to use calibrated devices.

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Thursday, August 16, 2007

DPP Solutions: Color Calibration

If you're using a professional-caliber LCD monitor, professional-caliber color calibration is a requirement

DPP Solutions: Color Calibration

What color is blue? Why is the blue that I see in the sky not the same as the blue that appears on my expensive LCD monitor, and not even close to the blue that rolls out of my inkjet printer? What do I have to do to print the colors that I see?

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