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Check out The Complete Photography Bundle.

This amazing deal for ebooks, videos, presets/actions, software and more by great contributors including Lindsey Adler, Martin Bailey, Alister Benn, Richard Bernabe, Jim Goldstein, Joel Grimes, Karen Hutton, Eddie Tapp and many others.

Plus you can enter to win prizes free!

Offer ends Jan 10th. (It’s available for 5 days only.)

See all of the content included here now.

NECPA272WSV

Get 12% off NEC monitors with this discount code JPCPHOTO.

I use the NEC PA 272W-SV.

10-bit GB-R LED backlit AH-IPS LCD

Internal 14-bit programmable 3D LUTs

Wide Gamut – 99.3% of AdobeRGB

High resolution

Easy on the eye flicker rate

Now with lower power consumption and heat output

Check out NEC’s Spectraview pro monitors here.

Investing in a high quality monitor is one of the most important things we can do to ensure our digital files and prints achieve the highest quality. Visual artists who don’t invest in a great monitor are like audiophiles who don’t invest in good speakers. The monitor is what we look at; the speaker are what they listen to.

NEC’s Spectraview monitors are among the monitors that achieve the widest gamuts available today, making it possible to see more of the color contained in your digital files and more accurately represent the saturated colors that are printable with today’s fast-evolving digital printing media.

Simulating print brightness and contrast with monitors has always been one of the most challenging tasks. NEC’s unique combination of hardware and software solutions are the most sophisticated solutions available for setting monitor white, far exceeding the accuracy of the vast majority of other LCD monitor’s too bright results. As a result, predictions of print quality are significantly more accurate, saving time and media. Use NEC’s Spectraview / MultiProfiler software for best results. It calibrates the monitor’s LUTs and loads ICC profiles directly into the monitor for optimal color space matching.

Read what other top pros are saying about NEC monitors here.

Learn more about the tools I use here.

See them in action in my digital photography and digital printing workshops.

Get %15 off all NIK software products with this code – JPCNIK.

HDR Efex Pro
Color Efex Pro
Silver Efex Pro
Sharpener Pro
Dfine
Viveza
Capture NX

NIK software is among the best of the best in the digital imaging industry.
Just look at all the awards it’s won.

It makes complicated tasks easy. How?

“Photoshop plug-ins take away some of the most labour-intensive photo manipulations and replace them with an easier to use “script”, or presets. Nik plug-ins go one step further and provide the user with a unique ‘U-Point’ technology, allowing for customisation of individual image parameters. And all presets can be further customized to each photographer’s taste.”

With so many great choices, where do you start? I recommend you look very closely at HDR Efex Pro (the most visual and intuitive HDR interface available) and at Tonal Contrast in Viveza or Structure in Sharpener Pro (Clarity or High Pass sharpening on steroids).

Find NIK Software products here.

Epson Printer Rebates

October 14, 2010 | Leave a Comment |

You can save on Epson pro printers …

3880        $300
4880        $500
7900        $1000
9900        $1000
11880      $2000
GS6000    $4000

Rebates are good through November 30th.

Find them at B&H.

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Buy a Wacom Intous 4 tablet and get a free NAPP training DVD.

Choose from …

– Matt’s Mastering Photoshop Layers

– Photoshop Design Effects (with Corey Barker)

– David Cuerdon’s Portrait Retouching Toolkit

Offer good through December 31, 2009

Acme Educational has worked out a deal with onOne Software. You will get 20% off any purchase at ononesoftware.com by using the coupon code ACME. This includes FocalPoint, Genuine Fractals, Mask Pro, and everything else onOne makes.

Do you use OnOne software? Tell us what you think here. Comment!

Check out On One here.
Check out Acme Educational DVDs here.
Check out my Acme Educational DVDs here.


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