Gallerie Magazine is the premier magazine for professional photographers across Canada.
CanonUSA posted a set of quick tips videos on Youtube. Each video lasts between 1 and 2 minutes. Enjoy!
- Large vs. Small Sensors
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF
- EF vs. EF-S lenses
- AI Servo AF Fundamentals
- EOS 5D Mark III Syncing Audio Over HDMI with External Recorders
- ISO Settings
- Importance of Shutter Speed
- Shutter Settings
- Benefits of Custom Controls
A good article on testing your tripod to see if it is suitable for your photography.
The club has a Spyder4 screen calibrator that can be borrowed by club members. Please contact the Webmaster to make arrangements.
The following are sites where you can get information about calibrating your monitor using the web and free utilities.
Photo Friday’s monitor calibration tool is a webpage which help you adjust the brightness and contrast of your screen.
DisplayCalibration.com is not a great looking site but it is more than a useful one. The site is not updated but you can use the online screen calibration tools placed in three pages ““ Brightness and Contrast, Color Depth, and Screen Resolution.
The Lagom LCD Monitor Test Pages The site includes a series of test images that start from checking contrast to checking for response times of your monitor. It is recommended to go through the tests in the order they are placed.
Online Monitor Test This website has a range of interactive tests to fix your screen colors.
DryCreekPhoto.com This site features a simple test to check to see if your monitor's black point is set correctly and to also find the minimum shadow level it can display.
w4zt.com This site features several quick checks that you can perform with the images provided. This includes colour, greyscale and gamma adjustments.
There is also good information at http://epaperpress.com/monitorcal/index.html
You can find a free utility called "Calibrize" at How To Color Calibrate Your Monitor with Calibrize (Windows)
Goalie Barn Photography Studio
A studio you can rent. Check out the PDF for details.
Eliquo's New Series of Free Webinars
Eliquo is an Adobe authorized training partner in Canada and we provide free training seminars to professionals using Adobe and graphic design software. I would like to extend invitations to yourself and any members of Kennebecasis Valley Camera Club who would benefit from our free training sessions.
For more information and to register for the webinars, please visit our web site at http://en.eliquo.ca/seminars/adobecc/index.php.
Anyone who knows of a valuable outside resource, please send the details to firstname.lastname@example.org.