Taking Your Image Quality to the Next Level [IP60]

What's in this episode

  • Why image quality has suddenly been such a tremendous focus for photographers in the last year
  • Color calibrating your monitor for perfect color
  • Whether photographers need to use auto focus fine-tune/auto-focus micro adjust
  • Troubleshooting advanced sharpness and focus issues
  • and more!

Resources mentioned in this episode

  • Doodad of the Week: BooksTo.Me, the service by the creators of Pro DPI that allows photographers to get a hard-bound book of their Instagram photos at the end of every month
  • Submit Questions for the Podcast

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6 thoughts on “Taking Your Image Quality to the Next Level [IP60]”

  1. Do you not have transcripts of the podcasts anymore? I loved having them visually–not an auditory learner!

  2. Thank you for your work and contribution to the profession. I agree with the prior comment – transcripts of the podcasts as provided in the past are much preferred. Thanks for reconsidering.

  3. You were suggesting that people join a Photostock site.
    Great idea, I have joined several and they are very critical about your photos, which is a good thing.
    Being mainly a club photographer I have found the photos that are not good enough to be judged can make very successful photostock photos.

    My IStock ID is PJGCC, if anyone is interested

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