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  • Date: 4-10-2013, 09:04
4-10-2013, 09:04

Color Management Fundamentals With Joe Brady (2013)

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Color Management Fundamentals With Joe Brady (2013)

Color Management Fundamentals With Joe Brady (2013) | 1.97 GB
English | 1h 58m | AVC1 960x540 29.970 fps | AAC 160 Kbps 48.0 KHz
Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner


Having a consistent color management workflow can help you accurately get prints that match the image on your monitor. In this course, follow along with Joe Brady as he takes you through the basics of color management for photography, design, and the web. First, you'll learn about the different color spaces (CMYK, ColorMatch, and sRGB) and how they influence your color workflow, and the tools you need to achieve accurate color. Then learn how and why to calibrate your camera and your monitor, configure the color settings in applications such as the Adobe Creative Suite and Aperture, and choose the best printer and paper for your style of artwork. Along the way, Joe takes you into a typical studio setup for lessons on the gear you need for at-home calibration and printing.

Topics include:

Understanding color spaces
Understanding the color workflow for photography vs. design and web
Setting up a digital camera for the best image results
Choosing a monitor
Calibrating a display using ColorMunki or i1Pro 2
Choosing color settings in Photoshop
Understanding color workflow in raw processing applications
Creating a custom printer profile
Soft-proofing images for printing on your own printer and for sending to a lab

Color Management Fundamentals With Joe Brady (2013)



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