The Atlanta Photographic Society's X-Rite ColorMunki device is available to Club members only for their personal use to calibrate monitors and printers/papers.
A color managed work flow is essential to ensure that what you see on your monitor is accurate, and that what you print is what you see on your monitor. It's also necessary for accurate viewing of your images on other monitors - including those used during our club competitions!
For more information on the ColorMunki, tutorials, etc. please see the X-Rite web site. You can also consult with Don Stephensor other club members with experience using the ColorMunki.
To checkout (or reserve) the ColorMunki use the sign-out sheet in our sign-out book.
The checkout period for the ColorMunki is for ~1 month (bring back to the next club meeting in ~ 1 month).
Tips, Techniques and Learning Corner
Photography Fundamentals Videos
A wonderful series of 24 half-hour videos covering the fundamentals of photography is available for checkout to club members only for their personal use for photographic learning/education.
Whether you are a beginning, intermediate, or advanced photographer you are sure to take away at least one new gem of insight that you can put to use to improve your photography from each of these outstanding lessons.
Ultimate Photo Guide Videos
This excellent series of 10 short (4-6 minutes each) videos from Outdoor Photographer and Digital Photo Magazines cover a great introduction to photography for beginners, and are a good, quick review of the basics. You can view them all in about one hour. It is available for checkout to club members only for their personal use for photographic learning/education.
The Digital Photography Book
Scott Kelby's superb book is a very handy longtime favorite. It's highly recommended by both your President, Jim Harrison, and our Competition Chair, Al McLeod.
It is also available for checkout to club members only for their personal use for photographic learning/education.
To checkout (or reserve) these resources, use the sign-out sheet for each in our sign-out book.
The checkout period for all these educational resources is for ~1 month (bring back to the next club meeting in ~ 1 month).
Your inkjet paper purchases can now benefit the Atlanta Photographic Society! Just click on the Red River Paper link, order your favorite papers, and the club receives 5% of the purchase amount.
Red River Paper was founded in 1997 and has become a trusted supplier of exceptional photographic inkjet papers to customers around the world. The company offers products that often exceed major retail brand quality with a savings as much as 40%.
My personal favorite Red River papers include: Ultra Pro Satin, Ultra Pro Gloss, and Polar Pearl Metallic.
APS Communication Coordinator
Frame Destination 10% Discount
APS members can get 10% off all their orders with Frame Destination!
You must be a registered user of the Frame Destination website as a APS member. Then you may use promo code “APSONLY” when you a place an order.
Note: The promo code is not valid with other promo codes, and will not work for non-members.
To become a registered APS member on our website follow these steps:
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Image above: Federal Courthouse - Denver by Jim Harrison