Photo by Scott Southerland. Episode #12 of Wedding Photographers Unite!
Our special guest this episode is Scott Southerland: http://thinkincolor.net/ This is a “conversational” podcast episode where we cover a large range of topics based around color; including calibrating your monitor, soft proofing, overall color management concepts, and everything every wedding photographer ever wanted to know about spectrophotometers!
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Guys- I love this podcast. Really well done. I am curious why Andy said he’s not shooting with the 5Dmkiii any more. It almost sounded like an inside joke. I’m looking at the mark 3 for my business and that comment caught my attention. What’s up with that? Thanks!
Hey Mike! Thanks for the kind word on the show. Sorry for my 5d3 remark, I was just getting a bit goofy with that comment 🙂 5d3s are amazing cameras….I switched to Nikon after seeing this article http://petapixel.com/2014/10/14/nikon-d750-review-nikon-youve-created-monster/ and seeing what the Nikon sensors (which are actually sony sensors) are capable of compared to the current sensors on the 5d3s specifically in terms of dynamic range. Feel free to let me know if you have any other questions but in terms of the technical behind that the article I linked to will do a better job explaining than I will….thanks again for listening in!
Holy ***p. No wonder. I was tempted I. The dynamic range of the D700. That comparison of the D750 to 5Dmkiii is crazy. I’m stuck for the time being with canon due to glass and budget. Thanks for the great and thoughtful reply. I really appreciate what you guys are doing.
Quick note on ppi. Most on screen applications do ignore ppi, but PowerPoint, for one, considers your screen to be an 8.5×11 inch sheet of paper, and will change the resolution to stretch or shrink your image based on your ppi setting and the resolution of your monitor. If you use powerpoint to display images, try exporting an image with 10 and 1000 ppi and compare them, especially on a projector.