By Shane Hurlbut
Published June 25th, 2014

With the new digital age, many things have started to exit from the camera etiquette side. One of the first things I saw go away almost immediately was the light meter, then the color charts and grey scales. Both are needed and should not have an exit plan in your etiquette.

The Spyder Datacolor is my KISS (Keep it Simple Stupid) recipe for color correction success. Many of you have asked me how I mix so many formats so seamlessly. You cannot tell what is Canon 5D, what is film, what is GoPro Hero 3, what was Cooke S4, what was Zeiss CP2, etc. I am going to take you through how I do that with this simple Spyder platform.

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