Mac Edition Radio Interview with C. David Tobie & David Saffir

Harris Fogel  caught up with David Saffir and myself at PhotoPlus Expo, and spent an evening discussing color management, as it relates to photography, mobile, and video. Here’s a MacEditionRadio.com audio interview that captures some of that conversation. Thanks, Harris, for an interesting evening, and a very professional interview! Credits: C. David Tobie, Copyright 2013.Continue reading “Mac Edition Radio Interview with C. David Tobie & David Saffir”

Color Analysis of the iPad Mini and Retina iPad Mini

Note: I am republishing this article, as it pertains equally to the new Retina Display iPad Mini, which shares similar screen color with the non-Retina version. Characteristics of the Fourth Generation iPad with Retina Display There are not too many surprises with the fourth generation full size iPad (wouldn’t it be great if Apple gave these productsContinue reading “Color Analysis of the iPad Mini and Retina iPad Mini”

C David Tobie Presents at Stanford University’s SCIEN Coloquia Lecture Series

David Cardinal recently wrote an article on my presentation at Stanford University for the Datacolor SpyderBLOG. For those of you interested in color management, it covers some of the issues I addressed in that lecture. Click HERE to view the article. Photo Credit: David Cardinal, Copyright 2013. Website: CDTobie.com Return to Blog’s Main Page

Comparison: How Using a Lensbaby Affects Photography

I recently had the opportunity to shoot with my long-distance friend David Saffir. We are usually thousands of miles apart, so this was a great chance to work side-by-side. One of the goals of the shoot was for David to experience Lensbaby’s lenses and macro attachments, and since the upcoming webinar Datacolor is co-sponsoring withContinue reading “Comparison: How Using a Lensbaby Affects Photography”

C David Tobie to Present at International Printing Week, Cal Poly

Anyone attending International Printing Week at the Cal Poly, or in the San Luis Obispo, CA area, please join C David Tobie, Datacolor Product Technology Manager, for a one-hour presentation on Display Calibration for All Your Viewing Devices. This session runs from 4PM to 5PM on Tuesday, Jan 28. This session will cover calibration for aContinue reading “C David Tobie to Present at International Printing Week, Cal Poly”

Color Analysis of the iPad mini

Note: I am republishing this article, as it pertains equally to the new Retina Display iPad Mini, which shares similar screen color with the non-Retina version. Characteristics of the Fourth Generation iPad with Retina Display There are not too many surprises with the fourth generation full size iPad (wouldn’t it be great if Apple gave these productsContinue reading “Color Analysis of the iPad mini”

Datacolor Experts to Speak at PhotoPlus Expo-NYC

Come to PhotoPlus Expo in New York City, October 25-27 (complementary show passes from Datacolor are available here)  and see presentations by David Saffir and myself. We will be speaking at the Midwest Photo Exchange Stage. Here is the preliminary schedule for the speaking events: Thursday 10/25 11:30:  David Saffir- Screen to Print Match forContinue reading “Datacolor Experts to Speak at PhotoPlus Expo-NYC”

Datacolor Spyder4 Nominated for MacUser Creative Hardware of the Year Award

Datacolor’s Spyder4 has been nominated for a MacUser Award in the “Creative Hardware of the Year” Category. Take a look at the full list of nominees in all categories at: http://awards.macuser.co.uk/winners/

Another Milestone for CDTobie’s Photo Blog: 100,000 Page Views

Its been a bit over six months since I started this blog. In the last week, with Photokina news, and with incoming traffic from such sites as ZDNet, Daring Fireball, DPReview, Luminous Landscape, Extreme Tech, NorthLight Images, and MacRumors (all of those just today, actually), I’ve watched the total page views of the blog creepContinue reading “Another Milestone for CDTobie’s Photo Blog: 100,000 Page Views”

Latest List of Cameras Offering Auto-Focus Micro-Adjustment

Here’s an update to the list of cameras which offer auto-focus micro-adjustment functions. One reason this is important is the ability to adjust these cameras using auto-focus targets such as Datacolor’s SpyderLensCal. The latest Canon models actually allow calibration at both ends of the zoom range of zoom lenses. Keep in mind that a toolContinue reading “Latest List of Cameras Offering Auto-Focus Micro-Adjustment”