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Tips For Cold Weather Landscape Photography

When shooting in cold weather you’re often presented with a stark, minimalist look that provides an entirely different opportunity in landscape photography. The point of interest in an image becomes much more important. Foreground and background elements that play a big role in your composition often change radically or even disappear into a blank white canvas. […]

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Helping fight the winter blues with colors

Of course, winter photos have a certain appeal: on one hand, there is snow, ice crystals, a radiant cold blue dominating the scene. But on the other, we face dull, grey filthy weather that doesn’t encourage us to go outside and take photos, although one can of course produce creative shots in any kind of weather. […]

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Speed and Accuracy Tests with the New SpyderX

The new SpyderX from Datacolor looks promising, with its lens-based color engine and new sensors, but I wanted to do a few tests of my own, to get a sense of the speed and accuracy improvements I was hearing about. Just running it through a basic calibration made it clear that the speed was significantly faster; faster than any other colorimeter I’ve used.[…]

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Massimo Bassano – Friends with Vision

Massimo Bassano was born in the deep South of Italy, in Calabria, from a simple family. And simplicity will accompany him throughout life. From school choices to friends, from sport to profession. Driven by the stories of his father, a good looking dreamer with no hopes, Massimo learns to follow his own dreams. He begins from the love for the sea and the choice of attending the school as a ship captain, he learns as a first experience the art of sailing and immediately falls in love with it.[…]

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