April 3. 2013 05:20
Eizo Adds 4K x 2K Input to ColorEdge CG276 LCD Monitor
High-Res Image Will Be Down-scaled for Native 2560x1440 Display
One more option for monitoring 4K workflows has arrived with the announcement that Eizo has begun supporting 4K x 2K input on newly manufactured Color Edge CG276 LCD monitors.
Starting this month, new CG276 units will accept 4K x 2K input via their Display-Port input at up to 30 fps. The image will be down-scaled for display in the monitor's native resolution of 2560×1440. The CG276 also supports 10-bit color via Display-Port, and has HDMI and DVI-D inputs.
The monitor will be on display in Eizo's NAB booth (SL 14813).
January 5. 2012 07:10
Two sessions are available:
Wednesday, January 11th
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Join Vincent Versace, best selling author and internationally recognized pioneer in the art and science of digital photography for this webinar co-sponsored by X-Rite and Nik Software. "Oz to Kansas: The Black and White on Black and White Conversions" is the evolution of thought that began with the chapter in his first book "Welcome to Oz: From Oz to Kansas. How to convert an Image to Black and White Without Ever Leaving the RGB Color Space." This webinar takes a practical applications approach to when, why and how to convert an image. In it, you will learn which methods give you the best results and when to choose a simple or a complex solution.
Some of the topics covered in this class are:
- The only soup to nuts overview of the Silver Efex Plug-in. How to use it and when.
- The importance of color management particularly to black and white.
- When and why you should and should not use global de-saturation.
- Split Channel conversions - what they are good for and a way to get the same effect with a file two thirds the size.
- When to use the Black and White adjustment layer to bring out and separate the tones in a color image.
- Multiple Channel mixer black and white conversions that replicate the physics of film.
- What is "Faux-infrared" and a look at how to convert files to black and white from digital cameras that have been modified to shoot Infrared.
- When and how to most efficiently use the Gradient tool for black and white conversion.
Who should attend this webinar:
- Photographers who enjoy black and white photography
- Digital photographers who want to understand black and white conversions
- Anyone who wants to print black and white images
Learn more about Vincent Versace at versacephotography.com.
We hope to see you there!