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The new NEC MultiSync PA301W 30″ widescreen ROCKS

March 19th, 2011 |  by No comments

The new NEC MultiSync PA301W 30″ widescreen ROCKS. I have been using 2 30″ Apple Cinema Displays in my office for quite sometime and just replaced them with 2 30″ NEC Displays. This monitor blows the doors off of the 30″ Apple  Cinema Display. This monitor sets a new standard for color critical performance. If you’re a photographer, or designer this monitor must become part of your repertoire.

The new NEC MultiSync PA301W 30" widescreen ROCKS

The 30?, widescreen LCD display with a 2560×1600 resolution  is ready to go right out of the box, as it’s set up and even calibrated at the factory before being sent out. Other features include a USB hub and a KVM built-in for those of you who run multiple machines or like to switch between your laptop and desktop. It also has the same picture-in-picture features and the capability to calibrate the monitor without a computer set up. You can also use an X-Rite i1Pro with SpectraView Software which produced spectacular results on my two monitors. This monitor has one of the widest gamuts I have seen in a monitor. Below I compared the profile from the 30 ” Cinema Display to the NEC MultiSync PA301W and there is a major difference with the NEC clearly superior.

30"Profiles showing gamut of Apple Cinema Display and The new NEC MultiSync PA301W 30" widescreen

Features include 350cd/m2 brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio, dual DisplayPort, dual DVI-D input, built-in USB hub (2 up, 3 down), and 178/178 degrees viewing angle.

Using The MultiProfiler Software enables you to change between multiple profiles on the fly. This is fully customizable and allows you to have profiles set up for specific areas of your business—such as print, Web, animation and video, and photography profiles—and switch to see how something will look in print as opposed to the Web, etc. This is a huge timesaver and a great workflow asset. 

The NEC PA301W really is a new standard for those seeking color critical performance in a monitor.

Best of all if you buy one through the D65 Storefront through B&H and then send an email to info@d65.com with the details we will send you a $75.00 rebate coupon.
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D65’s Lightroom Workflow: From Import Through Export – Webinar March 14th, 8:00 -9:30 PM (eastern)

March 13th, 2011 |  by No comments

D65's eSeminar on March 14th: Lightroom Workflow from Import through Export

D65’s Lightroom Workflow: From Import Through Export
DATE: Monday, March 14th
TIME: 8:00-9:30 PM (eastern)
COST: $50.00
With D65’s workflow, all of your files are imported, renamed, keyworded, captioned, ranked processed in a systematic, standardized methodology adaptable to any photographer’s needs. With this system, you will manage your worlfow, efficiently, effectively and effortlessly, allowing you more time behind the camera, and less time behind the computer.

In this eSeminar, we will go through importing images, organizing them in the Library Module, working on them in the Develop Module and exporting them in an organized, easy to follow workflow.

 

Space is limited in all of our eSeminars to ensure we can answer all your questions in our interactive Q&A.  Each participant also receives a recording of the eSeminar to view for 14 days to review the concepts covered.

Register Today!

Upon completion of your registration you will receive a separate email from Webex with a link you will use on to take you to your eSeminar. See you online!

Can’t make it?

Register to view the recorded session later by clicking on: Recorded Sessions

 

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Seth Resnick Interview with Juergen Specht-Shakodo

March 8th, 2011 |  by No comments

Dialog with Seth Resnick

Juergen Specht: Thanks Seth for joining me in a dialog about the current status of working photographers today. I am thrilled to see you so active on Shakodo, and even we’ve met basically here, I was aware of your work – and especially your pricing information on your site for a long, long time. In fact, I used some of your info as a guideline for a lot of my licensing in the US market.

Before we start, please tell me a little about yourself. How long have you been a photographer and what led you to the profession?

For Full Article  on Shakodo

 

 

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Webinar – Social Networking, Slideshows & Web Galleries direct from Lightroom- Tues, March 8th 8-9:30 PM (eastern)

March 7th, 2011 |  by No comments

Social Networking, Slideshows & Web Galleries direct from Lightroom
DATE: Tuesday , March 8th
TIME: 8:00-9:30 PM (eastern)
COST: $50.00
Get your images out to your clients and friends with ease!  Lightroom 3 has the ability to upload directly to Facebook, SMugmug and Flickr. You also can build slideshows and export them as movies with music, and produce gorgeous web galleries, all built in a non-destructive fashion directly from your raw files. Learn how to use these tools to your advantage and let the world see your amazing images!

 

Space is limited in all of our eSeminars to ensure we can answer all your questions in our interactive Q&A.  Each participant also receives a recording of the eSeminar to view for 14 days to review the concepts covered.

Register Today!

Upon completion of your registration you will receive a separate email from Webex with a link you will use on to take you to your eSeminar. See you online!

Can’t make it?

Register to view the recorded session later by clicking on: Recorded Sessions

 

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Read what other photographers have to say…

I attended the webinar last night — you guys are so efficient, to the point, informational and super approachable — as always!  I feel lucky to have a training source like this.

 

– Inga Peterson, photographer
The insight you guys provide is academic and hands on – the difference between using a tool and knowing what a tool does. You guys describe the important factors of how a tool works better than anyone out there. The accessibility of the webinars doesn’t hurt either.

– Trevor Boyle, photographer

 

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Seth Resnick – Digital Tips & Tricks Workflow Not Workslow- Naples, Florida March 4, 5, 2011

February 25th, 2011 |  by Comments off

Seth Resnick

Seth Resnick
Photographer extraordinaire, lecturer, co-founder D-65

2-day camera workshop
Friday-Saturday, March 4-5
10 a.m.-4 p.m.

In this workshop, Seth will teach a detailed and efficient workflow to organize, process and transport your images to your family and friends. Learn all the tricks and tips you’ll need to work with Lightroom and spend more time shooting and less time computing.

Seth Resnick is co-founder of D-65, an organization teaching digital workflow workshops (visit www.d65.com for more information) and co-author of the Photoshop Lightroom Workbook Workflow not Workslow in Lightroom 2. He is at the forefront of digital technologies in photography, working with companies like Adobe, Canon and Xrite.

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Webinar – Using Keywords, Metadata & Smart Collections in Lightroom 3 June 30th – 1:30pm EDT

June 29th, 2010 |  by Comments off

Using Keywords, Metadata & Smart Collections in Lightroom 3
June 30th – 1:30pm EDT

Our webinars have been great fun. The technology that we are using is truly awesome. Cisco has us on a special super speed line so that we can demonstrate Lightroom live and you get to see it on your screen. This is no canned presentation but rather a real firsthand user experience. Tomorrow we going to demo Keywords, Metadata and Smart Collections. No one ever accused a creative mind of being organized. The two don’t usually go hand in hand. But when you’re a photographer, being organized is invaluable. And if you’re shooting digitally, it’s crucial.

How do you find one particular image from thousands of similar images? When an image is properly keyworded and contains appropriate metadata, it can be found in an instant without even viewing thumbnails. A digital asset management system is key to your success.

Join us for an enlightening 1.5 hours of training on how to best utilize Lightroom 3’s Library Module to easily search and locate your images. Learn how to utilize keywords, metadata and smart collections in Lightroom to streamline your efficiency.

To Registerhttp://www.d65.com/seminars.html

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