Understanding Color Management

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Cengage Learning, 2004 - Computers - 362 pages
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Digital imagery and digital color are everywhere, yet operating a color-managed system has remained a mystery...until now! Fresh from pioneering work in color algorithms for FujiFilm, Dr. Abhay Sharma explains the basics of color science and color measurement, and provides an in-depth look at the range of measuring instruments available to the end-user. International Color Consortium (ICC) profiles are discussed in great detail and procedures for profiling scanners, digital cameras, computer monitors, inkjet printers, and printing presses are thoroughly described making this book the definitive guide to color management.
  

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
COLOR AND VISION
51
The Light Source
59
Human Vision
70
MEASURING
101
Instrument Types 1 1 1
124
B SCANNER AND CAMERA
155
MONITOR PROFILES
193
Ptinting the Chatt
242
Checking the Profile
251
Rendeting Inrent
261
225
267
APPLE UTILITIES
273
Photoshop Working Space
301
ColorSync Serting
320
Additional
351

PRESS AND PRINTER
225
CalihrationLineatization
232

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About the author (2004)

Abhay Sharma is currently an Associate Professor in color imaging at Western Michigan University and a member of the International Color Consortium.

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