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PUBLIC MARKS from sbrothier with tags photography & color

2012

Lost and Found : Discover the black-and-white era in full color : The Picture Show : NPR

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"Lost and Found" was published on NPR's Picture Show on 9/14/12. It was produced and reported by Claire O'Neill and designed and developed by Wesley Lindamood. Photographs by Charles W. Cushman, courtesy of The Charles W. Cushman Photograph Collection/Indiana University and Eric Sandweiss, author of The Day In Its Color (Oxford University Press, 2012). Portrait of Rich Remsberg by Robb Hill. Music: "The Mountain," "Chimera" and "Vibe Drive" by Chad Crouch (Podington Bear), Animated car background gif adapted from moving image collection of Archive.org. Thanks for visiting!

2009

Tinrocket, LLC | HyperDither

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HyperDither is an OS X image processing utility that converts color or grayscale images to 1 bit black & white using a sophisticated dithering routine. Specifically, HyperDither implements the “Atkinson” dithering filter. Years ago, during the development of the first Macintosh, Bill Atkinson (of HyperCard, QuickDraw, MacPaint & now nature photography fame) discovered a very elegant dithering filter to convert greyscale image data for the 1 bit black & white Mac video display. The dithering produced by this routine was much higher quality than the now-a-days ubiquitous Floyd-Steinberg or “Error-diffusion” filter (used by QuickTime, PhotoShop).

2008

Lense.fr / IMPROVE: Le bleu du ciel est-il bleu ciel ?

La gestion des couleurs pose donc en gros 4 cas de figure : * Vous n’aimez pas la photo : problème résolu, rendez-vous ici * Vous publiez essentiellement sur le web : achetez vous une corde et une poutre… Chaque moniteur rend les couleurs différemment ! * Vous faites imprimer vos photos chez un tireur : votre cas n’est pas désespéré * Vous imprimez vous mêmes vos photos : Yeah ! mais un sacré boulot vous attend…

2007

Improve your photography with clasical art.

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Adjusting your photographs to get the color 'just right' can be a chore. Think about this: The Old Masters of painting spent years of their lives learning about color. Why let all their effort go to waste on the walls of some museum when it could be used to give you a hand with color correction?