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PMA 2006 registration

Ilse Jurriƫn : 2005-10-10 00:30:00
PMA 2006 registration : in a few months from now one of the most interesting photo imaging trade shows of the world will kick off! This year's PMA will be held in Orlando, Florida USA. The team of LetsGoDigital will attend this main event and report live from the show floor. We will publish our extensive show report on the special PMA domain: www.pma-show.com where you will find the latest digital imaging news, previews and everything what the PMA 2006 will offer. At this moment the PMA 2006 registration is activated, so if you are planning to attend this show do start making the proper arrangements like register for the PMA show. At PMA 2006 you'll learn about the latest trends and ideas across the industry.


Correct white balance makes better photos says PMA

Mark Peters : 2005-05-19 13:45:00
Correct white balance makes better photos, says PMA : When trying to match neutral white under different kinds of light, the human eye does not accurately perceive colors. Psychologically, the brain adjusts colors so that they seem to be correct under any light source. That is the reason shoppers often take a fabric out of a showroom in order to look at it under natural daylight. The problem is that different light sources themselves produce different colors, and human vision attempts to adjust for the difference. The most extreme situation found by digital photographers is the difference between bright sunlight outdoors and artificial light bulbs indoors. The relative light-source colors run from cool to warm.






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