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June DSLR Users Group: Wacom Tablet, Monitor Calibration, Tripods and more!

  • 21 Jun 2018
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Robinson Nature Center, Columbia, MD

This month, we are talking about tools to help you in the field and in front of the computer! 

After Paul Biederman spoke at the last General Meeting about the importance of monitor calibration and how he uses his Wacom Tablet for detailed edits, we thought it would be a good idea to show you these tools and share how they can help you with your image processing.  We will have both devices available for demo and discussion.  

If you'd like to bring your laptop and run a monitor calibration, you can download the software from the xrite link below ahead of time.  It's available for both Mac and PC. I'll bring the device that you'll need to run the procedure.  This will show you how it works and you'll be able to see the "before" and "after" of your new profile. (Note that this profile will be specific to the classroom lighting at the Nature Center and not necessarily be accurate in your home setting.)


After reviewing the results of the survey that was sent out last month, many people are interested in learning about tripods, and how to select the right one for them.  If you have a tripod you love (or even hate!), please bring it along and we can take a look at its various features.  The more we have, the better the comparisons available!

If you have a tool, accessory, gadget or just something you'd like to share with the group, please bring it along!

Hope to see you on Thursday, 7pm at the Robinson Nature Center in Columbia! 

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