I am sure like me, many of you have spent a little time in art galleries. Also like me you may well have admired the many beautiful, old portraits that these galleries often display. You may well have wondered about the back story of these portraits. However, if you did delve a little deeper into […]
Should we be focusing on a specific genre of photography? Many blogs (including ours) share perspectives on the reasons to stick with a category, or genre of photography. When you think of Ansel Adams, what comes to mind? Black and white photography? Landscapes? Make no bones about it, Ansel Adams set himself apart with his […]
When it comes to photography, handpicking a few amount of shots is always a challenge. In order to introduce objectivity for the process, the Light Stalking community has chosen open voting as the preferred way to go to select our top shots. Many great images are always left behind due to list limitations, but we […]
We offer so much more than photographs on a screen, or a piece of paper. Photographers create timeless treasures. Our work, big, bold or small makes an impact. Throughout our blog, we’ll share how we, as photographers see and make images that stand the test of time. Sure, we take hundreds, even thousands of images. […]
If you have had even the briefest of glimpses at the tech news lately, you will have seen one story dominating, Apple Silicon. When Apple announced that they were planning to move away from Intel processors and move to their own designed ARM-based processors, there was a lot of skepticism. Indeed, when Apple finally revealed […]
Creating good photographs go a long way, more than composition, light, settings, techniques, etc., because the resulting output image is post processed and exported using a computer with a monitor. If the colour calibration is not right in the monitor, then the output will not be accurate, which means, the real and accurate colours will not be reproduced when sharing or printing the images.
It takes a lot to get a perfect shot and a wrongly calibrated monitor should not be a barrier in producing an exceptionally great output image with the correct colours. We will take a look at a detailed review of the Datacolor SpyderX Pro, how it can be used to calibrate monitors and its pros and cons.