A friends shop was failing.Stuck out of town and making luxury layers of cake her talents were not being seen.Then we had the idea to jazz up her shop window.Out came the coffee machine and in went exquisite sweeties.We are what we sell (she has all the contrasts of a macaroon!).It's great when people see us at our best after all it's what we deserve to look like!This is where I applaud the images on dreamstime that gleam and brighten with sharp, sparkling contrasts.Shining... continue reading
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So here I was, minding my own business on a restaurant bar ordering food.For some reason I starting shuffling a pile of today's newspapers when I came across one of the inner sections of the most popular newspaper.On the cover was a picture of a Clarinet.On a regular day I would pay no attention to this and I would push aside the newspapers and find something better to do but I had a memory flash that yesterday one of my clarinet pictures was sold twice.I took out my super duper smart... continue reading
I think nobody will argue that we should have our monitor calibrated to providing accurate, reliable and consistent color since the display is the heart of our contributor in DT of our daily digital workflow.I have bought a display calibration device called “Spyder 3 pro” for my monitors calibration, it works but not pretty well on all monitors I have, especially for the laptop (IBM T42), looks really awful after calibration,the whole screen turned to very “Green” that made me unhappy,... continue reading
Color calibration is important to ensure that what we are seeing in our images are the same as what others see in their computer.Even though we can't control other people's display, if we don't take the effort of calibrating either using software or hardware based, we will never know what the other people will see.At least by controlling and calibrating on our side, for those who are calibrated, they will see what we aspire in the images.To me, this is also true for image submission for dreamstime.... continue reading
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