By mastering colour management, photographers can save time, money and resources. Plus, they get peace of mind from knowing that colours are correct and that when it comes to printing, images will be accurate.
With this in-mind, here are 10 quick but key things to remember when setting up a colour management process. Click on the links for more detailed information.
3. Make The Monitor Setting 5000 K
6. Check Images Under The Correct Light – Fluorescent
8. Use Applications That Support Colour Management (Adobe Photoshop for example)
10. If Working In A Team Ensure Colours Match On All Monitors (This can be done by matching monitors to the printed output or by matching them to an industry reference value)
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