I kind of feel like I don’t need to say anything else. But I, like clearly many other artists, feel this sense so much. And it’s what I need too. And it’s what I needed to hear. And it’s what I need to think. And it’s time to get back to work.
The rest of us just show up and get to work.
All the best ideas come from the process; they come from the work itself.
Inspiration is absolutely unnecessary and somehow deceptive.
Zack. GET THE F*CK TO WORK.
Read the article. Don’t get inspired, get out there. I’m going to do my best to do the same.
fStoppers has put up an all too important short series of videos on color management. From the shooting process to processing and then print.
Frankly, I don’t have a lot to say, other than this stuff is critical. Skipping steps makes producing the final product maddening. Having a ColorChecker Passport and an i1 Display Pro changed a huge amount for me.
Check it all out after the jump.
I can’t afford medium format yet, at least not to own. But it’s interesting how it’s changing.
I remember when the D800 came out, the average user though it would be the end of medium format. In a resolution sense, it might have been. But not in where medium format really shines: dynamic range and sensor size [which has numerous benefits far beyond ‘just’ resolution, although that’s a part].
Phase One has relatively recently upgraded their body with the new XF and come out with a 100MP CMOS back. Now Hasselblad has done the same. Ming Thein, industrial photographer and Hasselblad sponsor, created a short editorial commenting about it.