digidog

digidog

Lives in United States Santa Fe, NM, United States
Works as a Consultant/Author
Has a website at www.digitaldog.net
Joined on Jan 13, 2004
About me:

The Digital Dog is a training, consulting and service business dedicated to digital imaging, electronic photography, color management, and Adobe Photoshop. We provide one-on-one training in all aspects of digital imaging. We can assist companies, both large and small, in implementing solutions necessary to fully take advantage of electronic publishing and imaging.

Andrew Rodney, aka the Digital Dog, has successfully provided these services and training to photographers, designers, print shops, government agencies, as well as fortune 1000 companies since 1993. Andrew was the technical editor for Photo Electronic Imaging magazine. Andrew has been featured in the following publications: PDN, Publish, Photoshop User, Electronic Publishing, Digital Output, MacWeek, Digital Photo Pro and Professional Photographer. Andrew is the author of Color Management for Photographers, Hands on Techniques for Photoshop Users published by Elsevier.He lectures around the country on many aspects of digital imaging and color management. Andrew has been a Beta for Adobe Photoshop since version 2.5. and is currently an Alpha tester for Adobe Systems. Andrew is one of the principal partners of Pixel Genius LLC, a company that has created such products as PhotoKit and PhotoKit-Sharpener http://www.pixelgenius.com/index.html. Andrew was named a "Top 40 Photoshop Expert" by Wacom Technologies. The Digital Dog is devoted to the understanding and adoption of color management.

digidog's recent activity

  • OK thanks, got it (although I don't know how one views that at 100%). So NOT 100%. Absolutely!
  • I'm confused by the text: Small prints and images fitted to the screen... Again, is this a question about  prints or viewing pixels on-screen? IF the later, then yes, I agree; 100% (and greater) is ...
  • No disagreement BUT, is the OP talking about 100% viewing of a print OR 100% as seen on-screen? There's a huge difference in the two. What is 100% viewing of a print? What distance is that? I ...
  • Talk about the pot calling the kettle black (IOW, your hypocrisy*). JUST since you signed up, in less than 24 hours, you sir wrote these exact copy and pasted comments to fellow members here: A ...
  • Ban, ban, ban....
  • There we go people, it's clearly our old Troll, Lord Brain aka buybuybuy. A collective click on the complain button from the group, maybe an email to the mod's, we should be able to get him banned ...
  • Start by going away!
  • Then why did you ask such a stupid question in the first place? Maybe you've learned something about viewing photo's at differing zoom ratio's but honestly, it wasn't worth the effort to aid you in ...
  • As we've seen in the past here on the forums, he's making a fool of himself asking questions about zooming out of a D700's 12MP images at less than 100% that anyone who's spent a good hour in ...
  • As the Chinese proverb says: "The first step towards genius is calling things by their proper name". Meanwhile, when will you learn how to use basic imaging tools like Photoshop to see that it is ...
  • You zoom out! Entirely possible in Photoshop (and many other products) using this tool: Zoom tool in Photoshop, document zoomed out (66.67%). Document IS 400x518 pixels; display is 2560x1440. You ...
  • (1) 5K: 5,120×2,880* pixels do the math. You're off. http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=bsd&cs=04&sku=up275k3 ...
  • At least we had 4 days of peace and quiet based on this posting record: http://www.dpreview.com/members/7411239408/overview
  • 19 posts with a new alias, many more with the other's prior to being banned here. Such is the problem with a lack of transparency in signing up for the forums.
  • Good question! I think we're just witnessing Balderdash from an old time, often banned poster based on his language ( Even my finnish lapphund is being wiser). Nice touch; NOT. Get the Ignore and ...
  • Viewing how and where? In a pixel editor (let's take Photoshop and Lightroom), 100% means 1 image pixel is represented by 1 screen pixel. This provides a far more accurate preview than when you ...
  • Replied in RAW beginner
    Interesting that both posters using the word " Lord " (a deity I personally reject) , would attempt to make this a typical religious discussion ignoring the actual science and facts behind how ...
  • " It is better to say nothing and be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt ".- Abraham Lincoln For many of us here, your status as a fool is abundantly clear, no doubt! No, ...
  • Yeah, like all the info on the web is so spot on and peer reviewed. Again, you're arguing with a person who has infinitely more experience working with camera sensors than you and if you'd check ...
  • Two video's to view (in this order): Everything you thought you wanted to know about color gamut A pretty exhaustive 37 minute video examining the color gamut of RGB working spaces, images and ...
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