Last Updated: 25/05/2016
what is colour management
Do you need colour management? If you deal with the assessment or editing of images on-screen, you certainly do. Perhaps have a look here colour management, why me?
ideally, set up right, colour management should be an invisible helper. Like the computerised engine system of a modern car, if you're aware it's there and that it's important enough to keep well maintained, that's enough.
Some basic understanding of colour management, as it applies to daily work, can be very valuable; but you don't need to swallow the entire pill, it's too big to swallow whole anyway.
In digital imaging, the preservation of original colour, tone and detail right through to the end result is a vital requirement. As imaging evolves and printing improves, the quality of archives will inevitably be increasingly important. That's our business, quality. Unfortunately, working hard to earn a living and, at the same time, using internet forums and websites in an attempt to come to terms with the concepts of colour management and the way it protects image quality is a bewildering experience for many users. You can download our testimage here copyright PixlAps & Neil Barstow 2004 / colour management.net (1MB zip file)
My 25 years experience in high end advertising photography means that I can help clients come to terms with the technology and, thus, properly capitalise on the very significant advantages of an accurate digital workflow - and you'll get there fast. Just need a fix for an Epson printer which gives unpredictable results? - a simple look over your set-up? - full implementation of colour management? - I am here to help. Please don't be put off by apparent complexity, it's actually pretty simple once well explained and understood in your own work environment.
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