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Behind the Lens

Each campaign image is from an X-Rite Coloratti Master. Get a glimpse into the unique story behind these incredible images and read their thoughts on the importance of a color accurate workflow. 

 
Andy Biggs

Andy Biggs

ColorMunki Photo & ColorChecker Passport

"I took this photograph on one of my earlier trips to Deadvlei, which is an ancient lakebed at Sossusvlei, Namibia. The ancient lakebed, called a vlei, is surrounded by immense sand dunes that are peach in color. The dead trees are camelthorn acacia, and are suspected of being 800 to 900 years old. The trees are essentially petrified, as the trees no longer have access to water. I have been to this area many times, and this photograph represents one of my earlier attempts to create a simple composition of what can be a complex area."  Read the full story »

 
 
Parish Kohanim

Parish Kohanim

ColorMunki Photo & i1Photo Pro

"I am constantly fascinated and inspired by nature and have been experimenting with water shots for many years and continue to find that the possibilities are infinite.  I have always been intrigued with infinity pools and the surreal quality that they can provide.  For this project I wanted to use a minimal amount of lighting and simplify my task by just using a couple of silver reflectors to fill the shadows." Read the full story »

 
 
Vincent Versace

Vincent Versace

ColorMunki Photo, ColorChecker Passport & i1Photo Pro

"The way I approach photography is not to take pictures, but rather be taken by an image. If I have any rules of composition that I follow,besides simply being taken by my photographs, they are: 1) if it looks cool-take a picture of it, 2) a still photograph is called a still photograph because the objects in the picture are not in motion – the mission is to capture motion with stillness, 3) be taken by an image, do not take the image, 4) find the stage and the players will come, 4) the background is as important as the subject, 5) a photograph is more about the quality of it’s blur, the “bokeh”, than it is about the point of focus." Read the full story »

 
 
Marcus Bell

Marcus Bell

ColorMunki Photo & ColorChecker Passport

"Luke and Brieanna were married about 30 minutes before this shot was taken in a little wooden chapel at the base of a hill in Queensland, Australia. After the ceremony, we headed up the hill in gorgeous conditions to capture their dream image. But, by the time we were half way up, a tremendous storm cloud closed in. The best man ran back to the chapel to collect an umbrella whilst we took shelter under an enormous tree overlooking the Glasshouse Mountains." Read the full story »

 
 
Martin Bailey

Martin Bailey

ColorMunki Photo & ColorChecker Passport

"I shot this image while at Jigokudani (Hell Valley) in Nagano, about three hours northwest of Tokyo. I visit there every winter to kick off my Snow Monkey and Hokkaido Winter Wonderland Workshop and Photo Tour. The endearing Snow Monkeys are Japanese Macaque, and are the most northerly located native species of monkey. This particular group found a unique way to make it through the bitterly cold winters, by bathing in a hot spring bath." Read the full story »

Toolkit

Learn more about the X-Rite solutions used to create these captivating images.

ColorMunki Display
ColorMunki Photo

 

i1Photo Pro 2
i1Photo Pro 2

 

ColorMunki Display
ColorMunki Display

 

i1Display Pro
i1Display Pro

 

ColorChecker Passport
ColorChecker Passport