If you would like to become part of the Colorbrate Community you can apply by filling in the form below. You may be contacted to provide a photo or proof of calibration equipment before your application is accepted. Once you are accepted you will be sent an email outlining the terms of usage of the banner and the requirements to remain party of the program.
Attending a Colorbrate talk is being made a requirement because buying colour management equipment and not understanding what’s going on under the hood is a lot like buying the worlds most expensive camera and leaving it permanently on auto because one doesn’t understand how to use it. If you haven’t attended a talk, you will be placed on a list and notified as to when the the next talk in your area will be as well as any associated cost.
There are a possible 3 tiers that you may be assigned to:
Colour Pro – Own an I1 Pro or other professional i1 product (excluding i1 display Pro)
Colour Managed - Own a ColorMunki display, Photo, Design or i1 Display Pro
Colour Wise - Own or purchase any other suitable colour management system (In this tier the decision to allow the use of the logo will depend on the equipment that each individual applicant has)
The information required below will be essential to complete your verification page which will be similar to the example below:
Company Name: Colorbrate User
Colorbrate Tier: Colour PRO
Colour Equipment: X-Rite ColorMunki Display, X-Rite i1 Pro
- Large Format Printer
The Colour PRO Tier is reserved for colour professionals who are experts in their fields and who rely on critical colour management to perform their daily tasks.
The Colorbrate program is not a guarantee that any of the listed photographer will be able to produce perfect colour or that you will get the results that you are expecting. It is merely a system put in place to acknowledge the investment in time and in equipment of those few who are ahead of the curve when it comes to Colour Management. We cannot be held responsible for any failure, actual or perceived to deliver on the part of the photographer in what ever manner of form this may occur.