A Basic Guide to Color Management eBook
Basic Guide to Color Management - Preface
Color Management is simple in concept and has well deﬁned objectives. Some objectives are to be technically satisﬁed whilst others are artistically desired.
Meeting these objectives can sometimes be involved as we are dealing with a Digital Photo Imaging system. Hardware and Software components often come from different suppliers. And there may be hidden processes that go on inside a computer when you scan a photograph or import a digital camera ﬁle. Devices like Scanners, Digital Cameras, Monitors and printers all render color in different ways. You may have purchased application software, to make ICC proﬁles, which are required by the color management module associated with your image-editing program to solve these problems.
Have you ever calibrated and characterized your system?
Where is color management done in your system?
Is it done in the operating system, device driver software, or application software and what conﬂicts can arise between them that can undermine your system performance and thus your image quality and artistic intent?
How do you get a faithful print out of what you see on the computer monitor?
The Basic Guide to Color Management eBook presents a practical, down to earth framework that will make you more comfortable and self-reliant, as you understand the inner workings of a digital photography system with its critical supporting color management module.
Andrew S Reid,
(Director of Imaging Associates)
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