X-Rite ColorMunki Photo Review

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X-Rite’s ColorMunki line was announced at PMA this spring. A novel design, combined screen and printer calibration, and an affordable $500 price point is plenty to get attention with. I’ve used spectrophotometers to calibrate my computer monitor before and I personally found them to be boring, though essential devices. Sure, I want the photo on […]

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Sony Alpha DSLR-A350 Review

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The Sony Alpha DSLR-A350 gives a new identity to the fledgling Alpha line with an industry-leading, auto-focusing, tiltable Live View display. Other user-friendly features include built-in image stabilization and dynamic range optimization (DRO), making the $800, 14.2-megapixel Sony Alpha A350 a powerful addition to the consumer digital SLR market. Want to buy a Sony Alpha […]

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Photoshop and Bridge CS4 Preview

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Adobe fully unveiled Photoshop Creative Suite 4 today after a series of peeks into its industry standard image manipulation application. Updates to Photoshop are always approached with a combination of excited anticipation and woe, especially an upgrade that has promised big changes to the user interface. PhotographyReview.com has been using beta versions of Photoshop CS4 […]

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Phoxle SpectraSnap White Balance Filter and Flash Matching Filters Review

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Phoxle makes two unique products to help you manage your white balance: SpectraSnap white balance filters and flash-matching filters. The SpectraSnap filters even come in a pocket-camera size. A variety of white balance products exist out there from ExpoDiscs to grey cards to do-it-yourself Pringles cans and gels with velcro. If you’re wondering what makes […]

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