Color Management for Digital Photographers For Dummies
Ted Padova,"Color Management for Digital Photographers For Dummies"
For Dummies | 2007 | ISBN: 0470048921 | 318 pages | File type: PDF | 18,3 mb
Shooting great photos is only half the battle tweaking the details in your digital darkroom makes the difference between so-so images and spectacular ones. This book is packed with examples to guide you through understanding color basics, correcting brightness and contrast, getting the exact tone and hue, and creating perfect prints in full color, of course!
- Shows digital photo enthusiasts how to ensure that the color in an image file is accurately represented and reproduced, from camera or scanner to monitor or printer
- Packed with color management solutions that will help novices create picture-perfect images
- Discusses the main components of color management including understanding light, matching digital images to displays and prints, working with color spaces, calibrating a printer, and using color management tools
- Familiarizes readers with the various color management tools that help calibrate consistent picture quality
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