Practical Colour Management

https://www.photoreview.com.au/tips/outputting/practical-colour-management/

In an ideal world, you would be able to point your digital camera at a subject, take the photo and then make prints that either match reality or improve upon it. But, in the real world, your camera must communicate with your computer which, in turn has to ‘talk’ with your printer. In this process, colour information is passed along a chain and re-interpreted by each device. This chain is known as a ‘workflow’.

Printing Raw Files

https://www.photoreview.com.au/tips/outputting/printing-raw-files/

If you own a digital SLR (DSLR) camera – or a high-end compact digicam – you will find it provides two file format settings: JPEG and raw (often shown as RAW). When you shoot a JPEG image, the camera’s image processor with adjust the contrast, sharpness, colour saturation and white balance BEFORE the image is saved to the memory card. When you shoot a raw image, this processing is deferred until the file is opened in a computer.

Photo Challenge 33: It Takes Two

https://www.photoreview.com.au/competitions/photo-challenge/photo-challenge-33-it-takes-two/

We were happily overwhelmed with the outburst of photographic creativity inspired by the ‘It takes two’ Photo Challenge. To the average person, ‘Diptych’ may just be a moderately useful Scrabble word, but for our photographers it was the impetus they needed to come up with an extraordinary variety of artistic juxtapositions. There is something special about the way two well-chosen pictures can exemplify the old cliche about the whole being greater than the sum of the parts. These pairings are each, in their own way, arresting. They make you want to linger for a time as you decode their respective stories.

PR35 Photo Challenge: It Takes Two

https://www.photoreview.com.au/competitions/photo-challenge/pr35-photo-challenge-it-takes-two/

We were happily overwhelmed with the outburst of photographic creativity inspired by the ‘It takes two’ Photo Challenge. To the average person, ‘Diptych’ may just be a moderately useful Scrabble word, but for our photographers it was the impetus they needed to come up with an extraordinary variety of artistic juxtapositions. There is something special about the way two well-chosen pictures can exemplify the old cliche about the whole being greater than the sum of the parts. These pairings are each, in their own way, arresting. They make you want to linger for a time as you decode their respective stories.