Today I’m sharing a video where I answer some of the questions about colourspaces and calibrations that are often asked during workshops and can really confuse people. I hope this video makes it a bit more clear.
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We all struggle with the same thing…, laptop vs desktop.
Backup or not to backup… just kidding 😀
In this episode of digital classroom we talk about the workflow that works (for me).
And I tried to really go over every aspect from backups to tethering and making the iPad and MacBook work seamlessly together.
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In essence, by calibrating your workflow, you make sure you get the results you need. Not just colours but also black/shadow and white/highlights detail. So register now for the free webinar about capturing stunning colours and mor. And if you cannot attend live, you will receive a recording.
In all the workshops I teach it always shocks me how many people don’t use ColorCheckers, white balance tools, or even take the time to calibrate their monitor. And it’s not hard, it’s in fact such an important part of the workflow that the software/hardware is designed to be fast and easy to use.
In this free webinar in cooperation with our friends from Calibrite I talk about :
Calibration of the monitor
Using the ColorChecker Duo
The differences between the ColorCheckers
Why we use light meters
Using calibration when working with gels
You also get to see 2 “live” photoshoots where I talk about lens flares, filling in shadows with color, and using gels for extra impact to your shots.
And that’s not all.
We end the broadcast with several color manipulation tips and tricks in Lightroom and Photoshop.
Register via the link below.
You don’t want to miss this one.