The Photographer's Guide to Color Management: Professional Techniques for Consistent Results

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Amherst Media, 2007 - Photography - 125 pages
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Providing effective color-management strategies for producing predictable, repeatable color in digital images, this sourcebook expertly educates readers on the complex relationship between cameras, scanners, monitors, and printers. Focusing on understanding the full capabilities of popular color-management tools, both amateur and professional photographers will learn to ensure the proper handling of image files throughout the production process. From building a color-managed workflow to properly setting up software, this authoritative guide is a must for photographers wanting to create images of the highest color quality.

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\Phil Nelson is a professional photographer and a consultant and trainer with GretaMacbeth Global Services, a premier supplier of digital color management solutions. He lives in Stamford, Connecticut.

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