From Canon USA
: This article was originally published on October 11, 2013 and has been updated to include current product information.
"As digital cinema camera technologies continue to evolve, one pattern has clearly emerged as the new flavor of our time: recording RAW camera sensor data. With the emergence of powerful post-production workstations, it makes theoretical sense that one would want to record all the unprocessed data the camera sensor has to offer and deliver it to post-production to process that data and create the final images we seek. Yet, in reality, the methodologies of implementing these steps seem as varied as the cameras themselves, suggesting that there are other factors at play that influence this seemingly straightforward concept.
In my daily dealings as a director, cinematographer and educator, I am astounded at the amount of confusion I see amongst producers, studio executives, clients and even my advanced graduate students at UCLA Film School when it comes to the topics of RAW, Uncompressed and Log recordings. These terms seem to be used interchangeably and often in the wrong contexts. The goal of this paper is to help demystify some of these terms by specifically analyzing Canon's implementation of Cinema RAW recording in its flagship camera, the EOS C500. By identifying and explaining all of the tenants that make up this novel approach to RAW recording, the hope is to empower creative storytellers to use this new technology to its fullest potential by capturing and delivering images of stunning depth and quality."
Read the rest of the article at learn.usa.canon.com.
Post Date: 2/6/2014 7:48:43 AM CT Posted By: Sean
From Kingston: Fountain Valley, CA – February 4, 2014
– Kingston Digital, Inc., the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced its fastest addition to the Secure Digital product line. The new SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 (U3) card (Kingston part #: SDA3/xxGB) allows professionals and consumers to capture 4K and other Ultra-HD video resolutions. The new card is available in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacities.
The SD Association’s latest specification, UHS-I U3 (Ultra High-Speed Bus, Speed Class 3), guarantees performance of at least 30MB/s read and write, enough bandwidth to record and playback 4K video without interruption. Kingston’s SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 card provides speeds of 90MB/s read and 80MB/s write, which is up to 9x faster (read) and up to 8x faster (write) than standard Class 10 SD cards. The faster speeds ensure the best video and photo integrity by reducing stutter as well as faster PC upload time especially when using USB 3.0 card readers.
The SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 is compatible with all SDHC and SDXC host devices. It allows users to capture cinema quality Full HD (1080p), Ultra HD (2160p), 3D, and 4K2K videos on high-performance cameras such as Digital Single Lens Reflex (D-SLR), Digital Single Lens Mirrorless (D- SLM), camcorders and video cameras. In addition to 4K video capture, it can also be used for high-density photograph capture in burst or continuous capture mode, television recording, and live broadcasts. Users can capture up to 60 minutes of 4K HD video or shoot high-density image files in RAW or JPEG (up to 8,000 24MP images) on a 64GB card.
The SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 is backed by a lifetime warranty and free technical support. Kingston SDHC/SDXC UHS-I U3 Flash Card Features & Specifications:
- Versatile: Class 10 performance when used in a non-UHS-I capable device
- Compliant: with the SD Card Association specification
- Secure: built-in write-protect switch prevents accidental data loss
- Compatible: with SDHC & SDXC host devices; SDXC cards are not compatible with SDHC-enabled devices/readers
- File format: FAT32 (SDHC 16GB–32GB), exFAT (SDXC 64GB)
- Guaranteed: lifetime warranty, free technical support
- Capacities: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB
- Dimensions: 24mm x 32mm x 2.1mm
- Operating Temperatures: -25°C to 85°C
- Storage Temperatures: -40°C to 85°C
- Voltage: 3.3v
- Performance: up to 90MB/s read and 80MB/s write, UHS-I Speed Class 3 (U3)
|16GB SDHC UHS-I Speed Class 3 Flash Card||SDA3/16GB|
|32GB SDHC UHS-I Speed Class 3 Flash Card||SDA3/32GB|
|64GB SDHC UHS-I Speed Class 3 Flash Card||SDA3/64GB|
B&H carries Kingston memory products.
Post Date: 2/6/2014 7:16:16 AM CT Posted By: Sean
From Tamron: A high-performance, high-power zoom lens that delivers focal lengths extending from an unprecedented 16mm at the wide-angle end up to a long-range telephoto 300mm! Incorporates PZD (Piezo Drive) and Tamron’s exclusive VC (Vibration Compensation) system to further enhance the real-world performance of this next-generation “all-round lens”, which makes taking photographs more convenient and enjoyable.
February 6, 2014, Saitama, Japan – Tamron Co., Ltd. (President & CEO: Morio Ono), a leading manufacturer of precision optics, has announced the development of an advanced new all-in-one zoom lens exclusively for digital SLR cameras with APS-C size image sensors that provides an amazing 18.8X zoom ratio. The lens sample will be on display at the Tamron booth at the CP+ 2014, which will be held from February 13 to 16 in Yokohama, Japan.
Since the launch in 1992 of the 28-200mm (Model 71D) high-power zoom lens – which featured a revolutionary compact, lightweight design – Tamron has been continually expanding its portfolio of world-class optics to benefit consumers.
Tamron previously launched an 18-270mm (Model B008) all-in-onezoom lens exclusively for digital SLR cameras with APS-C size image sensors that features a 15X zoom ratio, superior image quality, swift, quiet AF, and Tamron’s acclaimed VC (Vibration Compensation) mechanism, in an ultra-compact package. This ground-breaking lens has been winning plaudits throughout the world.
Responding to consumers’ demand for expanded focal lengths both at the wide-angle end of the zoom range and the telephoto end, Tamron has begun developing a completely new all-in-one zoom lens design that provides an impressive focal length range extending from 16mm true wide-angle to 300mm super-telephoto. Product Highlights
- A further expansion of the imaging range. With a minimum focal length of 16mm (35mm film equivalent: 24.8mm) at the wide-angle end of the zoom range, and a maximum focal length of 300mm (35mm film equivalent: 465mm), this remarkable new lens provides a zoom ratio of approximately 18.8X.
- Responding to requests from consumers who wanted to be able to photograph subjects with a wider viewing angle than is possible with conventional high-power zoom lenses, Tamron has begun developing a unique lens with a minimum focal length of 16mm. At the telephoto end, the maximum focal length has been increased to an impressive 300mm. Users of this new lens can enjoy unprecedented framing flexibility by easily adjusting the angle of view using the convenient zoom ring.
- Superior, reliable image quality with a universal lens.
- The lens construction features 16 elements in 12 groups. This includes three Molded-Glass Aspherical elements, one Hybrid Aspherical element, two LD (Low Dispersion) elements, one XR (Extra Refractive Index) glass element, and one element of UXR (Ultra-Extra Refractive Index) glass, which has greater refractive index than XR. The full use of specialized glass elements in the design contributes to thorough compensation of optical aberrations. In addition, the use of the latest coating technology for suppressing reflections on lens element surfaces minimizes unwanted flare and ghosting and assures sharp, crisp, high-contrast images.
- Using a new design approach to create an ultra-compact lens.
- The latest optical technology has been used to provide an expanded zoom range (compared to the B008) at both the wide-angle and telephoto ends, without necessitating the use of an oversized lens body. By employing UXR glass (which helps to reduce the size of the front lens diameter), an optimized layout of the Molded-Glass Aspherical elements, and adopting a 5-lens-group zoom system approach to provide enhanced design flexibility, the new lens embodies the fusion of state-of-the-art optical design, sophisticated mechanical design, and high-precision lens manufacturing technology, thereby attaining a compact size, an unprecedented zoom range, and superior image quality.
- A minimum focusing distance of just 0.39 meters supports an extensive range of macro photography capabilities.
- The new lens provides a minimum focus distance of 0.39 m over the entire zoom range, with a maximum magnification ratio of 1:2.9. This makes it possible to get right up close to the subject of the photo to enjoy easy, stress-free macro photography.
- PZD (Piezo Drive) delivers faster, quieter autofocus action.
- The PZD (Piezo Drive), an advanced standing-wave ultrasonic motor system, delivers faster, quieter, more precise AF action when the autofocus is engaged. There is enhanced support for contrast-detection AF capabilities, and focusing when in live-view mode has been made smoother. The new lens also features full-time manual focus, a function that was not provided by B008, making manual focusing more convenient.
- Sharper images with VC (Vibration Compensation).
- Tamron’s acclaimed VC (Vibration Compensation) mechanism is incorporated into the new lens. VC reduces image blur caused by camera shake to deliver significantly sharper images even when shooting handheld at long telephoto settings
- Moisture-resistant construction for worry-free outdoor shooting.
- Upgraded cosmetic design.
- Tamron has upgraded the cosmetic design and finish of this lens to create a more sophisticated, high-end look in keeping with the demands of discerning DSLR users. Employing a sophisticated linear pattern rubber grip on the zoom and focus rings, and an elegant tungsten-silver name-brand ring, etc., this newly designed model accentuates its visceral presence with understated elegance and class.
|Maximum Aperture||F/ 3.5-6.3|
|Angle of View (diagonal)||82°12' - 5°20'|
|Lens Construction||16 elements in 12 groups|
|Minimum Focus Distance||0.39m (15.3 in)|
|Maximum Magnification Ratio||1:2.9 (at f=300mm: MFD 0.39m)|
|Length||99.5mm (3.9 in)|
|Weight||540g (19 oz)|
|Diaphragm Blade Number||7 (circular diaphragm)|
|Standard Accessories||Flower-shaped lens hood|
|Compatible Mounts||Canon, Nikon, Sony|
Release date for the Tamron 16-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD MACRO lens has not been determined.
Post Date: 2/6/2014 6:37:43 AM CT Posted By: Sean
From Tamron: Innovative all-in-onezoom integrates state-of-the-art optical design, PZD (Piezo Drive) and Tamron’s exclusive VC (Vibration Compensation) system to achieve superb image quality in a remarkably compact, lightweight package. February 6, 2014, Saitama, Japan
- Tamron Co., Ltd. (President & CEO: Morio Ono), a leading manufacturer of precision optics, has announced the development of 28-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD (Model A010), an advanced new all-in-one zoom lens for full-frame DSLR cameras. The lens sample will be on display at the Tamron booth at the CP+ 2014, which will be held from February 13 to 16 in Yokohama, Japan.
Since the launch in 1992 of the 28-200mm (Model 71D) high-power zoom lens – which featured a revolutionary compact, lightweight design – Tamron has been continually expanding its portfolio of world class optics to benefit consumers.
Having revolutionized the optical design of the previous 28-300mm (Model A20), Tamron is developing a powerful new, high-power zoom lens for full-frame DSLR cameras that enhances image quality and incorporates the PZD (Piezo Drive)—a standing-wave ultrasonic motor system optimized for swift, quiet AF—and the acclaimed VC (Vibration Compensation) mechanism in an amazingly compact configuration.
Featuring a new, sophisticated external finish, this lens complements the performance and style of full-frame DSLRs, while delivering the practical advantages of an all-in-onezoom lens. Product Highlights
- State-of-the-art optical design technology delivers superior image quality
- The advanced optical construction of this lens includes four elements of LD (Low Dispersion) glass, three Molded-Glass Aspherical elements, one Hybrid Aspherical element, one XR (Extra Refractive index) glass element, and one element of UXR (Ultra-Extra Refractive Index) glass, which has greater refractive index than XR. The full use of specialized glass elements in its design contributes to making this outstanding lens as compact and lightweight as possible, while minimizing aberrations, resulting in superior image quality. Particularly impressive is the thorough compensation of chromatic aberrations at the telephoto end, yielding images of enhanced clarity and crispness.
- Focus on portability - The lens is now even smaller and lighter
- In addition to state-of-the-art optical design that facilitates downsizing of the lens body, the mechanical design, which incorporates a highly sophisticated multi-stack-cam layout that takes up far less space, and PZD (Piezo Drive), an autofocus drive system with a simpler, more compact structure, has made it possible to reduce the overall dimensions of this lens compared to the existing Tamron 28-300mm (Model A20). These technologies are the fruit of Tamron’s more than 20 years of research and development in the high-power zoom lens field.
- Advanced anti-reflection coating
- The application of BBAR (Broad-Band Anti-Reflection) coatings for suppressing reflections on lens element surfaces minimizes unwanted flare and ghosting to deliver sharp, crisp, high-contrast images.
- Upgraded cosmetic design – Elegant tungsten silver brand ring
- Tamron has upgraded the cosmetic design and finish of this lens to create a more sophisticated, high-end look in keeping with the demands of discerning full-frame DSLR users. Employing a sophisticated linear pattern rubber grip on the zoom and focus rings and an elegant tungsten silver name-brand ring, this newly designed model accentuates its visceral presence with understated elegance and class.
- PZD (Piezo Drive) delivers faster, quieter autofocus action
- The PZD (Piezo Drive), a standing-wave ultrasonic motor system, delivers faster, quieter, more precise action when the autofocus is engaged. The full-time manual focus system is easy and intuitive, enabling quick and convenient manual focus at any time.
- VC (Vibration Compensation)
- Tamron’s acclaimed VC (Vibration Compensation)mechanism reduces image blur caused by camera shake to deliver significantly sharper images even when shooting handheld.
- Circular diaphragm facilitates achieving spectacular blur effects
- Using a circular diaphragm, this lens achieves spectacular background blur effects that enable creative use of depth of field.
- Moisture-resistant construction for outdoor shooting
- Moisture-resistant construction helps prevent moisture from penetrating the lens.
|Angle of View (diagonal)||75°23' - 8° 15'(for full-frame format)|
52°58' - 5° 20'(for APS-C format)
|Lens Construction||19 elements in 15 groups|
|Minimum Focus Distance||0.49m (19.3 in)|
|Max. Magnification Ratio||1:3.5 (at f=300mm: MFD 0.49m)|
|Length||96mm (3.8 in)|
|Weight||540g (19 oz)|
|Diaphragm Blade Number||7 (circular diaphragm)|
|Standard Accessory||Flower-shaped lens hood|
|Compatible Mount||Canon/ Nikon/ Sony|
Release date for the Tamron 28-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD Lens has not been determined.
Post Date: 2/6/2014 6:28:53 AM CT Posted By: Sean
TOKYO, February 6, 2014—Canon Inc. announced today the achievement of a camera-manufacturing milestone as combined production of the company's film and digital EOS-series interchangeable-lens cameras surpassed the 70-million mark on February 5.
Production of Canon EOS SLR cameras began in 1987 at Canon Inc.'s Fukushima Plant (now Fukushima Canon Inc.) with the EOS 650, later moving to such production bases as Oita Canon Inc. and Canon Inc., Taiwan. Following the spread of digital SLR cameras in the early 2000s, production rapidly increased, surpassing the 60-million-unit mark in October 2012 and now, approximately one year and four months later, reaching the 70-million-unit threshold.
EOS, which stands for "Electro Optical System," also carries the name of the Greek goddess of the dawn. Introduced in March 1987 as a new generation of AF SLR cameras, EOS cameras were the world's first to incorporate an electronic mount system enabling complete electronic control not only between the lens and body, but throughout the entire camera system.
Based on the key concepts of high speed and ease of use, EOS-series cameras, including the top-of-the-line professional-model EOS-1 released in 1989 and the popular compact, lightweight EOS Kiss (EOS Rebel XS or EOS 500 in other regions) introduced in 1993, actively incorporate innovative technologies and have gained acceptance from a wide range of users. As digital SLR cameras gained increasing popularity starting in 2000, Canon developed such advanced technologies as its proprietary CMOS sensors and high-performance DIGIC digital image processors, as well as an extensive lineup of EF lenses, in an effort to fulfill the company's new key concepts of high speed, ease-of-use, and high image quality. Currently, Canon offers a broad product lineup that serves the needs of all levels of users.
Among the new Canon cameras that contributed to the realization of the 70-million-unit production milestone were the EOS 70D, featuring innovative Dual Pixel CMOS AF autofocus technology, and the entry-level EOS Kiss X7 (EOS Rebel SL1 or EOS 100D in other regions), which combines a ground-breaking compact, lightweight body design with advanced basic performance. Additionally, in September 2012, Canon added the EOS M compact-system camera to its product lineup and, at the end of 2013, launched the EOS M2, featuring significantly enhanced AF performance, which has been warmly received by the market.
EF lenses for Canon EOS-series interchangeable-lens cameras are also on track to realize a major milestone as cumulative production is scheduled to pass the 100-million-unit mark in 2014.
Canon will continue to refine its diverse imaging technologies based on its core optical technologies, striving to produce exceptional and reliable lenses and cameras that cater to the varying needs of photographers—from first-time users to advanced amateurs and professionals—while contributing to expanding the culture of photographic and video imaging. B&H
carries Canon EOS cameras
Post Date: 2/5/2014 10:31:50 PM CT Posted By: Sean
has the Marumi 77mm DHG Super Circular Polarizer
for $65.00 with free shipping. Regularly $92.02. Note:
Bryan tested the 95mm Super DHG Marumi filter and noted that it performed very well.
Post Date: 2/5/2014 7:09:50 PM CT Posted By: Sean
has the Refurbished Lensbaby Composer
) available for $149.00. Compare at $199.95 new.
Interested? Check out Bryan's full review
of the Lensbaby Composer.
Post Date: 2/5/2014 6:41:04 PM CT Posted By: Sean
RadioPopper Instant Rebates end today (Feb 5), so check out the RadioPopper triggering products
and save 15%
on select products!
Post Date: 2/5/2014 4:43:29 PM CT Posted By: Sean
has the Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM Lens
available for $301.11 with free shipping. Regularly $649.00. Directions
- Go to the EF 70-300mm IS USM product page
- Click the link under "Buy Together and Save"
- Choose the radio button beside the Canon KS-1200TS Calculator.
- Click "Add to Cart"
The price will be reduced to $301.11 after bundling with the calculator.
Post Date: 2/5/2014 4:25:29 PM CT Posted By: Sean
Canon USA's DSLR rebates that were scheduled to end February 1 have been extended
through March 1. Most of the rebates
require the purchase of additional lenses (like the EF-S 55–250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM, EF 70–300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM & EF 75–300mm f/4–5.6 III), but there are some body-only and standard kit rebates too. Canon DSLR Cameras Eligible for Rebates
Post Date: 2/5/2014 2:11:11 PM CT Posted By: Sean
(via GetItDigital) has the Canon EOS 6D DSLR Camera
available for $1,577.84 with free shipping. Compare at $1,749.00.
Check out Bryan's full review
of Canon's budget-friendly, full-frame DSLR camera.
Post Date: 2/5/2014 12:15:24 PM CT Posted By: Sean
has special pricing on Hoya UV (Ultraviolet) Pro 1 filters
and Hoya Circular Polarizing Pro 1 filters
. Sizes available range from 52mm to 77mm in the UV filters and 52mm to 82mm in the polarizing filters .
Post Date: 2/5/2014 11:55:21 AM CT Posted By: Sean
has special in-cart pricing for many popular Canon lenses
. Most lenses come with free shipping and 2% Rewards
. A Few Lenses with In-Cart Pricing
|Item||Reg. Price||In-Cart Price|
|Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II||$125.00||$110.00|
|Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM||$399.00||$339.00|
|Canon EF 85mm f/1.8 USM||$419.00||$389.00|
|Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM||$599.00||$549.00|
|Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L II USM||$1,699.00||$1,548.00|
|Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM||$879.00||$829.00|
|Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II||$299.00||$263.00|
|Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS II USM||$2,499.00||$2,359.00|
|Canon EF 70-200mm f/4 L IS USM||$1,349.00||$1,298.00|
|Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 L IS USM||$1,599.00||$1,449.00|
|Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM||$649.00||$548.00|
|Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L IS USM||$1,699.00||$1,559.00|
|Canon EF 400mm f/5.6 L USM||$1,339.00||$1,269.00|
The list above isn't an exhaustive list – there are even more lenses with special in-cart pricing. Look for the "More Details" button to distinguish which lenses have special in-cart pricing.
Post Date: 2/5/2014 11:40:20 AM CT Posted By: Sean
For a limited time, DigitalRev
has the Canon EF 50mm f/1.2 USM Lens
) available for $1,499.00. Compare at $1,619.00. Note:
When purchased by US customers, items sold by DigitalRev are considered grey market.
Post Date: 2/5/2014 10:36:37 AM CT Posted By: Sean
From ExpoImaging: Watsonville, California – February 05, 2014
ExpoImaging, Inc., distributor of the original Ray Flash Ring Flash Adapter to the United States market, today announced availability of the Ray Flash 2: Universal Ring Flash Adapter.
“We are pleased to be able to introduce the new Ray Flash 2 to U.S. photographers,” said Erik Sowder, ExpoImaging CEO. “When the original Ray Flash was created, location photographers were astonished to find that they could use it to achieve ring flash-style lighting using their speedlights. Now, the Ray Flash 2 accommodates a much wider variety of DSLRs and speedlights with its adjustable and more affordable design.”
The patented Ray Flash 2 creates the characteristic ring flash look, a shadow-wrapped, flat lighting effect valued by photographers for fashion, portrait, and macro photography. To create this effect, the Ray Flash’s acrylic light guides efficiently direct light from a camera mounted speedlight into a circle around the camera’s lens.
The new Ray Flash 2 introduces a universal speedlight mount, adjustable height and a lower profile. A new, universal, adjustable mount with a spring-loaded clamp allows the Ray Flash 2 to quickly and securely attach to different sizes of speedlights. The center column of the Ray Flash 2 slides up and down to accommodate variations in camera and speedlight heights. The Ray Flash 2 is also available in two different versions, long and short, to fit the tallest and shortest DSLR bodies available. Ray Flash 2’s lower profile compared to the original Ray Flash makes it even more portable for location photographers. Pricing and Availability
The Ray Flash 2: Universal Ring Flash Adapter is now available in the U.S. through photo specialty resellers nationwide. The Ray Flash 2 retails for $139.95. B&H
carries the new ExpoImaging RayFlash 2 Universal Ring Flash Adapter
Post Date: 2/5/2014 10:17:56 AM CT Posted By: Sean
From Facebook Stories Vimeo Channel
Brandon Stanton moved to New York in 2010. As an amateur photographer, he was fascinated by the crowds of characters throughout the city. He began to take street portraits of the people he met and share them in an album on his timeline named, Humans of New York.
As his photos started to gain a following, he created a Facebook Page that started a movement. There are “Humans of …” Facebook Pages for nearly every major city in the world, while the HONY photographer himself is something of a celebrity on the streets of New York.
Brandon’s Facebook community of more than 2.3 million people is more than just an audience. Together, they have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity and have propelled Brandon to become a New York Times bestselling author after he published a book of his work in 2013.
Browse through past Humans of New York photos on Facebook and like the Page to see more in the future: facebook.com/humansofnewyork
This is one of 10 stories celebrating Facebook's 10th anniversary and a decade of connections made possible through the platform. See the rest at facebookstories.com/10
Post Date: 2/5/2014 9:56:36 AM CT Posted By: Sean
188 new camera/lens combinations have been added to the DxO Optics Module library for DxO Optics Pro and DxO ViewPoint, providing support for Canon, Sigma and Sony lenses
for Canon and Sony cameras
To see the combinations supported by DxO Optics Pro and planned combinations, click on the link below then select the second tab. Supported or planned combinations
New DxO Optics Modules for DxO Optics Pro (also supported by DxO ViewPoint):Canon
| Sony B&H
carries DxO Optics Pro
and DxO ViewPoint
Post Date: 2/5/2014 8:26:52 AM CT Posted By: Sean
From X-Rite: Online educational tutorials with live trainers provide photographers with basic information, insights, and tips to achieve color control, consistency and creativity in their digital imaging workflow
North White Plains, NY – February 4, 2014 – X-Rite Photo Marketing announces its schedule of free February 2014 webinars that have been developed to address specific photography and color management topics and are designed to appeal to both professional and serious amateur photographers. During the month of February, X-Rite is offering 2 free webinars to help photographers gain new confidence and to learn quick, easy and powerful ways to enhance their photography and manage their imaging workflow. The February webinars are designed to be informational as well as inspirational by offering photographers practical ways to improve their images. Webinar attendees will also have the opportunity to ask questions to the live trainers.
“The February X-Rite webinar schedule features 2 sessions, one of which is hosted by photographer and photo-educator Joe Brady, and the second hosted by X-Rite Coloratti and Award-winning photographer and retoucher Jane Conner-Ziser,” said Joshua Fischer, Product Marketing Manager, X-Rite Photo Marketing. “The February webinars focus on creative, award-winning photography, post-production workflow and how-to ensure that photographers obtain consistently great color prints from their Lab.” February 2014 Webinar Schedule
Date: Wednesday, February 12
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 pm EST
Title: Get Consistently Great Color Prints From Your Lab!
Presenter: Joe Brady
This webinar is designed for photographers who have ever been disappointed with the prints they get from their Lab. Attendees will learn about color workflow and consistency. Webinar host Joe Brady will explain and demonstrate to attendees how, with a little bit of hardware and easy-to-use software, they can save both time and money while ensuring that Lab prints will match the photographer’s monitor.
To register for the free 1:00 pm (EST) webinar on February 12, visit:https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/772605434
Date: Monday, February 24
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 pm EST
Title: Planning and Creating Award Winning Images with Jane Conner-Ziser
Presenter: X-Rite Coloratti Jane Conner-Ziser
Award-winning photographer/retoucher and X-Rite Coloratti Jane Conner-Ziser will share her creative experience and broad professional knowledge, which allows her to take an image from camera concept through post-production work in Photoshop. Attendees will learn how top photographers conceptualize their images, refine them during the photography session and select the best image for competition.
Additionally, Jane will discuss cropping and adjusting an image for the best composition plus retouching, enhancing and presenting an image for maximum impact. Webinar attendees interested in applying what they learn on their own images will hear about common judging criteria and how to avoid common mistakes that many photographers make when choosing images for exhibition or competition.
To register for the free 1:00 pm (EST) webinar on February 24, visit:https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/857763026 B&H
carries X-Rite color calibration products
Post Date: 2/5/2014 8:11:22 AM CT Posted By: Sean