Monthly Archives: November 2013

Proper Composition in a Digital World

Those of us that shot medium format film cameras were used to composing our shots for traditional print sizes i.e. 4×5, 5×7, 8×10, 11×14, 16×20, 20×24 etc etc. Mamiya and Bronica supported what they called the “Ideal Format” cameras which were typically 6×4.5cm or 6x7cm. Hasselblad was always 6×6 cm, but also had a 6×4.5cm…
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Color Management for Digital Photographers

Feature Photographer Kerry Allan will review the world of Color Management for Digital photographers. From camera settings, to Photoshop and Printers, Kerry will review the process of maximizing the quality of your images and getting your output to match your monitor. For years digital photographers have struggled to get their prints to match their monitors,…
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