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ColorChecker Now for Video!

The color management mavens extraordinaire at X-Rite have just announced two new products for photographers who shoot video with video cameras or with DSLRs… ColorChecker Video and ColorChecker Passport Video. 830 more words


New OS X color profiles strengthen Mac digital cinema support

For creative professionals, one of the most interesting things about the Late 2015 release of the 4K and 5K Retina iMac is that it uses the first wide gamut display Apple has ever made. 1,249 more words

Adobe Creative Cloud

Monitor Matters - An Update!

Hey, so I have learned a little something new on this topic.  This is an update to my post Monitor Matters, in which I wondered why my photos looked… 238 more words


A look at the P3 color gamut of the iMac display (Retina, Late 2015)

The Late 2015 Retina iMac includes the first wide gamut display that Apple has made for a Mac, able to reproduce colors well outside the sRGB color gamut. 2,533 more words

Digital Photography

White balance and physically based rendering pipelines. Part 1 - introduction.

This is part one of the whole article. Part two is here.

In this two posts (started as one, but I had to split it to make it more… digestible) I’m going to talk a bit about the white balance. 2,924 more words

Code / Graphics

Windows Color Management Profile always resets

Why is this happening?  I have come across many different sites and have done multiple “fixes” but nothing has helped keep my icc profile I created with a Datacolor Spyder 3 calibration device. 301 more words


How to make sure your i1Display Profile calibration is active!

Many color calibration programs come with a helper program to make sure the profile is currently active (or not). i1Display Pro comes with XRGamma, but doesn’t actually give the user any way to see or control whether a profile or not; it relies on Windows’ color management system, which can have it’s profile changed due to a GPU change or GPU drive installation. 246 more words