Real World Color Management: COL MGMT REALW EPUB _2

Real World Color Management: COL MGMT REALW EPUB _2

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Overview

Every graphics professional worth his or her salt knows the importance of color management. No matter how much thought artist and client put into the color scheme for a given project, all of that work is for naught if you can't get your results to match your expectations. Enter Real World Color Management, Second Edition. In this thoroughly updated under-the-hood reference, authors Bruce Fraser, Chris Murphy, and Fred Bunting draw on their years of professional experience to show you everything you need to know about color management. Whether your final destination is print, Web, or film, Real World Color Management, Second Edition takes the mystery out of color management, covering everything from color theory and color models to understanding how devices interpret and display color. You'll find expert advice for building and fine-tuning color profiles for input and output devices (digital cameras and scanners, displays, printers, and more), selecting the right color management workflow, and managing color within and across major design applications. Get Real World Color Management, Second Edition--and get ready to dazzle!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780132777957
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 09/08/2004
Series: Real World
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 99998
File size: 18 MB
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About the Author

Bruce Fraser is an internationally known authority on digital imaging and color reproduction. In addition to speaking and consulting on these topics, he is the co-author of Real World Color Management, the definitive guide to color management systems, and a contributing editor for Macworld magazine and creativepro.com. Fred Bunting is a writer, illustrator, and speaker on the topics of color theory, color management, and digital imaging, and is the author of the acclaimed Colortron color primer. He is also the co-author of Real World Color Management. Chris Murphy is president of Color Remedies, specializing in worldwide training and consulting in emerging color technologies. He is also the co-author of Real World Color Management.

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Real World Color Management: Industrial-Strength Production Techniques 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
SimonON on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I wasted large quantities of paper, ink and most of all - my time, unsuccessfully trying to get reasonable quality colour reproduction of photographs (digital and film): Then, instead of wasting yet more money and time upgrading my printer, scanner, cameras, computer monitor......I bought this book.This is an excellent treatment of the subject. I am an engineer by profession, so I found the clear and accurate technical content very helpful.If you want to understand why your camera appears to capture one set of colours, your monitor displays a different set and you cannot get a print which looks like either, let alone the original scene - this book can help.If you want to get all or even any two to match each other - look no further - although you will need to spend money on getting someone else to profile your monitor and printer, or buy some rather expensive equipment to do it yourself.
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I am really trying to get my computer and printer color calibrated and I am very interested in this subject. This book is like a textbook and is very in depth on the subject. It is probably very good for a professional but it was a little over my head.
Guest More than 1 year ago
[A review of the SECOND EDITION, 2004.] For graphics designers, the book aims to demystify how to use colouring in your work. The authors give a thorough elucidation of what they term 'colour management'. Starting with the basics of a source of illumination, an object being viewed, and an observer, which could be a person or instrument. Don't worry about the underlying physics. The book goes briefly through just enough for your needs. (No equations!) The key idea is the colour profile and the Profile Connection Space. As you might expect, the colour example diagrams used to help show this idea are carefully chosen. Many chapters delve into the various profile topics. Like making input profiles, editing these and using them in your workflow. One interesting photo, to me, was of various HAND-HELD spectrophotometers. The ones I used in the 80s were hulking giants, some 1-2m on a side, and atop sturdy lab benches. Now you can hold the latest in your hand! Wow. The book talks about digital cameras as a common input device, as you might expect, given their popularity. Sadly, no mention of Foveon's unique camera. Which does not use CCDs, but has another innovative method with very high resolution. This camera is still new and expensive. But it may soon define the best in digital cameras.