We reviewed various aspects of the ColorMunki colour management solution, when it first came out last year.
ColorMunki in its carry case
X-rite have now updated the software to V1.1 (free update) and added a few changes and bug fixes to what’s available.
Software update link
Our original review Extended printing review B/W printing [...]
Digital techniques bring new challenges and opportunities to Mountain photography
Article Link: Preserving Mountain Art
In a guest article, Tony Riley looks at some of the challenges in moving to the digital realm, both as a mountain photographer, and from the point of view of handling the large archival collections of mountain photography and art [...]
A quick test and comparison between the new and original versions of the Canon TS-E 24mm lens [...]
One of those good days…
First (thanks to Canon UK) a new printer turns up for us to test.
The iPF6100 24 inch wide format printer
We’ve got the iPF6100 here for a while to do some testing, and hope to have a full review up on the site by mid August.
I was [...]
We regularly get asked this, often by people thinking of buying printer profiling equipment and software.
Article Link: Why are my prints too dark?
I’ve written this short introductory guide covering some of the steps you can take to fix the problem – often as simple as recalibrating your monitor to a lower brightness.
We’ve just published a new article on the site:
Article link: Physical Limits in Digital Photography
How does the physics of light limit camera design?
This article represents a bit of a sea change for our site, in that it’s by a guest author – David Goldstein from San Francisco.
We’re looking at expanding the [...]
Happy July 4th to all our US visitors.
Here in Leicester, England, I was just looking at our own welcome to the city. The newly refurbished Statue of Liberty, Upperton Road, Leicester…
Statue of Liberty welcomes visitors
The Statue of Liberty used to rise above the nearby Liberty Shoes factory, which was demolished some [...]
There is a manufacturing date code on the back of most Canon lenses – I’d forgotten this existed until…
I was reading a DPR thread about someone who had sent a Canon lens in for service and was concerned that the bit at the back which usually has a manufacturing date code stamped on it [...]