Colour Calibration in Metaphor and Practice

Colour Calibration in Metaphor and Practice

What do colour calibration and completing a tax return have in common? Not much except anticipating the colour calibration process can feel as painful and bemusing as completing a tax return. I assure you neither is the case. And the reward? As far as the colour calibration is concerned, I can think of few things in photography as satisfying as preparing an image on screen for birth into the physical world and having it come out as you intended it to be. On the first try.

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I Want My Amazon TV

I Want My Amazon TV

Until today I felt like I was living (temporarily) in the most liberal modernised human country in the world. The rules seemed fair and were made out of a few of my favourite things like common sense, decency, and intelligence. They were administered by people of equal merit. Iceland may be the most progressive country on the planet when it comes to gender equality but their customs laws seem like something derived from Bolshevism.

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