As a professional aerial photographer I thought I knew a thing or two about colour management -- at least enough to satisfy my customers.
When I came across the DataColor company I realised that there is still a lot to learn (and to calibrate!)
Today, we will highlight the need for calibration of your displays and cameras and describe some of the tools that are available for professionals and prosumers.
We'll start with the Spyder4Elite.
No one denies the increasing productivity that comes from using more than one desktop monitor. But there are times when even two or three are not enough, depending on the work that you do. For a business that is into Web design it’s tough to do your work without five or six monitors and the most logical placement for all these screens is in a so-called Hex configuration: three above the bottom row of three. Let's have a look at the installation and use of the Hexa Arm LCD Desk Mount, courtesy of SAPPLY (or S&PPLY).
Here at DigitalReviews we have had our fair share of coverage of the digital photo frame genre and usually coming away with mixed impressions. With the recent launch of the Kodak EasyShare W1020 Wireless Digital Frame, Kodak has kindly provided an unit to DigitalReviews to roadtest. Do we have an stand out product on our hands?
660 Inch Monster Setup! We recently bought 2 (yes, two!) 30 inch monitors for our gaming setup. The choice for the Dell 3007WFP came down primarily to availability here in Australia but we also looked seriously at Apple's 30in Cinema HD display. In this first look review we give you our findings after having used the Dells for about two months now.
What are the main pros and cons of the 3007WFP?
What’s the best way to display your favourite photographs?
Most digital shots never get printed but spin around on hard drives into oblivion until called up from the grave for a brief appearance on a monitor. But there is an occasional image – even in my portfolio -- that deserves a better lot than that. And even a large print-out may not do justice to that shot you’re really proud of. You want its brilliance, colour saturation and luminescence to jump at you!
The PhotoGlow display unit will add that dimension to your choice photographs in a way that you’ve never seen before. And I wish I could demonstrate that in real life but the limitations of your monitor won’t do justice to it. Still, let me try and put some verbal zing into the description.