HD TABLET Try a more intuitive approach to working with your images with the Wacom Cintiq 24HD. The pen tablet features a spacious 24-inch, high-definition (1920x1200) wide-screen display and a pen with 2,048 levels of pressure. You can apply as much or as little pressure as needed, just like you…
IPAD COLOR TOOL Calibrate your iPad using the SpyderGallery app from Datacolor. Setup is fairly straightforward. Just download the app, use the Spyder3 colorimeter to measure output and a custom color profile is created for your iPad. The app has a built-in gallery viewer designed to showcase fully color-corrected images.…

July/August 2011

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PHOTOSHOP APPS Work with Photoshop in a more mobile way using a few new apps that Adobe has developed for the iPad. Adobe Color Lava, Adobe Eazel and Adobe Nav allow you to create custom color swatches, and paint and control Photoshop tools from the iPad, respectively. With Color Lava…

May/June 2011

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High-End Printer Make sure your images look as good on paper as they do in-camera by using the Epson Stylus Photo R3000 to print them out. The printer uses the same UltraChrome K3 with Vivid Magenta ink system found in the R2880 and R3880. Unlike those printers, the R3000 automatically…

March/April 2011

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SHARP SHOOTER Preview bright, clear pictures with accurate color on the Sony DSC-TX100V, which sports a 3.5-inch OLED screen with 1,229,760-dot resolution. OLED screens produce images with better contrast than LCDs, so blacks look much richer. The camera records 1920x1080 HD video at 60 progressive frames per second. In 3D…
IN PRINT Give your images the finish they deserve by printing them on the Epson Stylus Pro 4900. The 17-inch printer produces a wide range of colors at fast speeds, and many of the technologies found in the more advanced, large-format Epson Stylus Pro 7900 and 9900 are incorporated into…
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