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Presented By: Martha DiMeo.
Originally aired in October of 2013.
As a graphic arts professional, it is essential to become color management practitioner. Learn about digital color workflow and how to achieve consistent, predictable, and repeatable color from capture to final output.
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As a graphic arts professional it is not necessary to become a color management expert, but it is essential to become color management practitioner. You will come away with an understanding of color management’s role in the digital color workflow–how it works, what it can and cannot accomplish, and the steps necessary to achieve consistent, predictable, and repeatable color from capture to final output. In this hour-long webinar, Digital Imaging Specialist, Martha DiMeo, will introduce 3 key components of implementing a color-managed workflow:
Martha DiMeo is a Digital Imaging/Photoshop Specialist and owner of ChromaQueen.com, a photo-editing service company specializing in color correction and retouching for books, magazines, art publishers, advertising, and digital media. She is intensely passionate about photography, Photoshop, and superb color reproduction. In addition to photo editing services, ChromaQueen.com offers on-site and remote color management consulting to the graphic design and photography community. Martha can be reached at 617-855-8474.
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