This week, in honour of the Facebook page reaching 100 ‘likers’, we’re giving you this episode FREE!
Les Walkling joins us for a chat about both monitor and printer profiles. Les’ technical papers on Monitor Profiling and Softproofing are at:
There are many other papers and information here.
Also, the ND5 The Story so Far tour is in Sydney on Sunday 7th April at the Maritime Museum Theatre in Darling Harbour.
Plus, Les will be speaking at the following PMA Photoshop Seminars and Workshops:
Friday 15 March – Evening Seminar
Saturday 16 March – One Day Workshop
Friday 22 March – Evening Seminar
Saturday 23 March – One Day Workshop
Friday 25 March – Evening Seminar
Saturday 26 March – One Day Workshop
Glynn advised that the one lens he would choose if he was stranded on a desert island was his 18-270 Tamron AND his 90mm (I don’t think he gets the idea of which ONE lens would you take!).
If you’d like to pick up some photography work in Banff, Canada during the middle of 2013, contact Lisa Otto at Banff photography and tell her Glynn sent ya!
Glynn also mention the Digital Playground Show (part of the Vivid Festival) coming up soon in Sydney.
Make the most of your modern digital lifestyle by developing your passion for photography. From the unique vantage point of the Overseas Passenger Terminal with stunning views out to the Sydney Harbour foreshore and the Sydney Opera House, there will be exciting exhibits, talks, workshops and pop-up events sponsored by top technology and lifestyle brands throughout the weekend of May 31-June 2.
We also spoke more about my forthcoming trip to Borneo. Being unsure of how much access I’ll have to AC power, Glynn suggested looking into backpack-mounted solar panels for trickle charging throughout the day.
Glynn also shared some tips to getting your roller-style camera bag onto the plane with a minimum of fuss.
Ad finally, National Geographic is celebrating their 125th anniversary with some photos from the archives,
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