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Datacolor Announce New Series Of Free Webinars

Datacolor Announce New Series Of Free Webinars - Datacolor has announced a new series of free colour management webinars.

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Datacolor has announced two new free webinars to be hosted in October 2013. You can learn about how to ensure the quality of print output, as well as how to make the most of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop:

Tuesday 15 October, 7 PM: The essentials of printer and output calibration – with Richard West
This session will be led by photography expert Richard West who will go through the understanding and skills required to attain consistent colour workflow all the way from capture to print - including monitor calibration, colour spaces and the creation of custom print profiles. This should ensure the quality of print output on any paper. Content will encompass use of the Spyder4 and SpyderPRINT and other softwares such as Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. This session is designed for amateurs, as well as semi-pros and pros and will last an hour.

Tuesday 29 October, 7 PM: Top Tips with Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop – with Richard Curtis (Adobe) & Richard West (Datacolor)
This is a joint session led by Richard Curtis from Adobe and Richard West from Datacolor that will cover the latest tips and tricks on how to get the best out of Adobe's Lightroom and Photoshop software as well as how to combine this into a colour managed workflow with Datacolor's range of Colour Management solutions. This session is designed for amateurs, as well as semi-pros and pros and will last an hour. 

All webinars are free, and anyone can register on the Datacolor website

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