Last Updated: 29/04/2016
ebook :: Practical Colour Management for Photographers and Digital Image Makers
Practical Colour Management for Photographers and Digital Image Makers: How to get accurate colour on screen from Michael Walker and Neil Barstow, co-authors of Getting Colour Right. Well laid out and easy to follow, this new e-book is designed to help photographers, graphic designers and artists get the most out of their digital workflow. book review from landscape photographer Bruce Percy here
Display colour management is, quite literally, the bedrock of digital colour control. Since the Display System provides your personal window on the world of colour, you must be confident that the screen is providing a correct visual preview of the 'colour numbers' contained in a digital file.
In this ground breaking e-book we thoroughly explain the whys and wherefores of the calibration target settings in software, the process of calibration and profiling including 'hardware calibration' screens, also the possible pitfalls and ways to avoid getting it wrong.
Packed with invaluable tips and hands-on practical advice, Practical Colour Management for Photographers and Digital Image Makers Part 1 explains exactly how to ensure accurate screen display for a range of popular professional-level applications including Photoshop, Lightroom, Aperture and Capture One Pro, for both Mac and Windows. Guidance on choosing and calibrating displays, working with multiple displays and advice on choosing profiling tools completes this comprehensive, well laid-out and easy to follow working guide to achieving accurate digital colour on-screen.
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