The Color Calibrated Workflow, Part 2: Getting it Right in the Camera

Getting accurate color all starts with getting it right in the camera. In Part 1 of this series we covered the concepts of color management, and some of the speed bumps you will contend with. Fortunately, there are loads of things we can do, and tools we can use, to make it easier to display……

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ACDSee Ultimate 10 – How To Get Your Photos Organized With Categories — Photofocus – Feed

How would you describe the subject in this photo? As a Fox, a Red Fox, or Vulpes vulpes? Baby, pup, or kit? Animal, mammal, canine, vulpine? The answer is all of them, and more! With wildlife photography there are many ways to classify and describe an animal. As your image portfolio grows, it becomes more……

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Eastern Gray Squirrel ready to chow down on a fresh. tasty acorn.

Got my hands on a brand new Tamron 150-600 G2 to try out. I was really curious to see how much better it was than the G1 (bottom line, it was soooo nice!). First creature I could find on the campus at St. Pete College to take a pic of , and a very cooperative one too!

Gear: TAMRON SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Di VC USD G2 A022 / Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Jason Hahn, Hahn Nature Photography LLC, http://www.HahnNaturePhotography.com

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The Color Calibrated Workflow, Part 1: Uncomplicating Color

The Color Calibrated Workflow, Part 1: Uncomplicating Color It should be pretty simple, I see a colorful flower, I take a photo of it, download, print it, and it should look just like what I saw. Except, many times it doesn’t. Capturing and reproducing accurate colors was once one of the most frustrating and time-consuming……

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SWIPE ????to zoom in ????????????. More playing with Instagram’s new multi shot feature. Photo of the inside of a bromeliad in bloom. These plants are practically entire ecosystems on their own. The center “cup” (where it blooms) holds water, and is home to all kinds of life, like the little ant you see when you zoom in. Taken in my “wild” backyard.

Gear: TAMRON SP 180mm F/3.5 Di MACRO 1:1 B01E / Canon Canon EOS 5D Mark III#outdoorphotoworkshops#bugs#wildplanet#roamflorida#instagram_floridafishandwildlife#wildlife_seekers#KINGS_INSECTS#macro_perfection

Jason Hahn, Hahn Nature Photography LLC, http://www.HahnNaturePhotography.com

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