Taking Control of Colors with Your DSLR
Understand and control how your DSLR camera really captures color.
- When: Nov 19, 2011
- Where: ICP • International Center of Photography • 1114 Avenue of the Americas (at 43rd Street), New York, NY, 10036
- Price: $265
Recent developments in software and hardware, such as X-Rite`s ColorChecker Passport, provide simple, practical tools for capturing accurate and consistent colors with a camera. In this course, students learn to understand how their cameras actually perceive color. Topics include camera sensors, color spaces, the RAW workflow, and various Targets (White Balance, Classic, and Enhancement). Using any camera capable of shooting RAW files, students photograph under different lighting conditions and create custom camera profiles. prerequisite: Adobe Lightroom for Beginners, Photo I: Digital, or portfolio review.
Features & Info
The School at ICP is located diagonally opposite the Museum, on the southeast corner of Avenue of the Americas and West 43rd Street. 1114 Avenue of the Americas (at 43rd Street), New York, NY, 10036
Getting there by Subway
B, D, F, M, or 7 to 42nd Street/Bryant Park; 1, 2, 3, N, Q, R, or S to Times Square; A, C, or E to 42nd Street/Port Authority.
Getting there by Bus
M5, M6, M7 to 42nd Street at Avenue of the Americas.
“I attended Eduardo’s class of Digital Architectural Photography at ICP, NYC, during fall 2010. I would definitely recommend Eduardo because of his great and perfectly organized teaching! He has a deep knowledge of the subject and he’s always very kind and helpful! Classes were interesting and his energy was endless!!!!”