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  • Gray cards are NOT interchangeable!

    by Alvera | 17th of November, 2012

    Gray cards are NOT interchangeable Good to know: Gray cards are NOT interchangeable! So, accordingly to video below, "18 % gray cards" (grey cards) are used to measure exposure AND "white balance gray cards" are for custom white balance. They are not interchangeable.... More
  • Black and white - converting and editing

    by Risto40 | 7th of January, 2011

    As we know there are a lot of different ways how to turn your colorful pictures into black and white. We also know there are several ways to edit gray tones in black and white. One way I sometimes use (in photoshop) is the following: 1. Open a color picture in PS.... More
  • Spring

    by Blackneroli | 21st of March, 2010

    Spring came with the case. Everything is melting, floods. Gray, foggy, humid, but remain warmer. See Article
  • Converting to Black and White

    by Risto40 | 23rd of August, 2009

    So...my first blog, ever. Wanted to start blogging with something useful.. and Photoshop came in mind. After few secs on thinking, i decided to share few B&W conversion methods I use to get rid of colors. First of all, I'm using Photoshop CS4 (PS). There might be some... More
  • New take on old idea: gray cards

    by Bradcalkins | 1st of June, 2008

    I was recently reading a book that had to do with getting color right in the digital age and was surprised to find that gray cards come in different 'colors' of gray. The trusty Kodak gray card I'd had since the early nineties turns out to be neutral in terms of exposure,... More

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