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Finding your picture
posted by hugoht - 23rd of december, 2010
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... More...
Do you calibrate your monitor?
posted by shaja - 28th of november, 2008
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... More...
Color calibration for display and prints
posted by hasnulf - 20th of october, 2008
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... More...
We have been kicked
posted by creativei - 27th of august, 2008
We have been kicked out by our ISP, Last night I was about to download few images for my project, I was shocked to see the site is blocked by the internet service provider for violating the rules set by our ISP. I got a red alert saying... More...
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