This seminar is hosted by The Center for Fine Art Photography
The words “Color Management” often strike fear in the hearts of photographers. The reality is that it isn’t that hard of a concept to understand when it is explained well. We all want to be able to view an image on our monitor, push print and have something come out of the printer that looks like what we saw on the monitor. Unfortunately, for many, this just doesn’t happen very often. The only way to achieve this goal is through an understanding of color management, or at least following the rules and information presented in this workshop.
This workshop is for the person who wants to know what custom color profiles are and why they are important to gain control of and maximize print quality and monitor output. Many myths and mysteries of color management will be revealed and demystified. Best practices for calibrating your monitor and a discussion of appropriate equipment options such as calibration devices, monitors, printers and custom paper/printer profiles will definitely be part of the conversation.
“Color Management allows us to achieve reliable, consistent, repeatable and controllable results in our digital printing workflow.” – Eric Joseph Presenter
Run time = 2 hours (Presentation & Q&A)
When: Thursday May 27 from 5 – 7 pm Mountain time via Zoom (7 – 9 pm EST)
Cost: Free for members $30 for Non-Members