Unified Color Announces Free, Live Webinar on Architectural HDR Photography
Unified Color Technologies have announced an upcoming free webinar on architectural HDR photography to be hosted by professional photographer Michael James. For Michael, HDR is one technique he employs to represent a scene just as he saw it on location, ensuring his client’s properties are reproduced true to life. During this webinar, James will demonstrate the power of Unified Color’s proprietary Beyond RGBTM colour technology and how it can combine with the latest colour-safe editing tools and workflow-simplifying features of Unified Color’s HDR Expose 2 software and Photoshop plug-in, 32 Float v2. The webinar will be taking place at 11am EDT on 15th May. Attendance is free, but advance registration is required.
Unified Color Announces Free, Live Webinar on Architectural HDR Photography Hosted By Photographer Michael James of Digital Coast Image
The Professional Real Estate Photographer Shares Tips, Techniques and Workflow Secrets for Creating Stunning, Commercial Architectural Photography
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA – May 9, 2012 – Unified Color Technologies, the high dynamic range imaging experts, today announced an upcoming free webinar on architectural HDR photography to be hosted by professional photographer Michael James. The interactive live session will provide attendees with insight into James’s technical and creative workflow, and his use of the powerful professional-grade capabilities of Unified Color’s range of true to life HDR tools.
No longer a technique solely for over-saturated or “grudge” creations, HDR is now a trusted technique which many professional photographers are using in their commercial work. For architectural photographer Michael James, HDR is one technique he employs to represent a scene just as he saw it on location, ensuring his client’s properties are reproduced true to life. During this webinar, James will demonstrate the power of Unified Color’s proprietary Beyond RGBTM color technology and how it can combine with the latest color-safe editing tools and workflow-simplifying features of Unified Color’s fully-featured HDR Expose 2 and Photoshop® plug-in, 32 Float v2.
“HDR allows me to capture the essence of what makes a home or building a singularly unique location and allows the property literally come to life. Unified Color’s HDR tools provide me with the exacting control and time-saving features that I need to make HDR a regular part of my workflow, after all time is money,” said Michael James. “For anyone that is interested in HDR, especially interiors or architectural work, I’ll be demonstrating my preferred HDR workflow and how I’ve harnessed its capabilities to drive my business.”
WHAT: Unified Color Webinar on HDR Architectural Photography Hosted by Michael James. Attendees are asked to register immediately, as space is limited. A confirmation email with additional information will be sent after registering.
WHEN: Tuesday, May 15: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
WHERE: Register at: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/421901272
For more information about Unified Color software and future webinars please visit http://www.unifiedcolor.com.
About Michael James
Michael is self-taught and came to photography by way of needing better photos taken of homes he himself would renovate and then market to resell. Through trial and error Michael created his own workflow using high dynamic range imaging techniques and soon found himself being asked to photograph others homes. In 2006, Michael stopped renovating homes and pursued shooting real estate full time. Michael’s style is a rare combination of classical artistic composition and flawless technical execution. His photos take advantage of strong lines, perspective and balanced lighting to draw the viewer in to his photos.
About Unified Color
Unified Color Technologies is redefining the capabilities of visual technology with a unique color system that powers the next-generation of high dynamic range (HDR) imaging devices and software. A significant improvement over current industry standards, Unified Color’s new Beyond RGBTM color model presents a versatile color platform which is able to map a much larger color space encompassing the full human visual spectrum including colors found in nature and man-made light sources.