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Every digital photographer or graphic designer knows that color management is essential, but many still don’t calibrate their computer monitors or understand how color works in different color spaces. This video will help beginning and intermediate Photoshop, Bridge, InDesign, and Illustrator users to understand the basics of color management, how set up their monitors and create consistent color in their workflow.
Highlights of the video and reference guide include:
• Calibrating your monitor and digital SLR camera
• Tackling color profile detective work in Photoshop and InDesign
• Assigning, converting, and embedding profiles
• Managing color output for print and the Web
• Integrating raw files and Lightroom into your workflow
• Handling color conversions between video-editing software
[This is an online video (streaming only) product and is not available to download.]
The video is wrapped in a unique interface that allows you to jump to any topic and also bookmark individual sections for later review. The unique “Watch and Work” mode shrinks the video into a small window to allow you to work alongside as you view the video. Project files used in the lessons are included so you can practice what you’ve learned. At the end of every lesson, you can test your knowledge by taking interactive quizzes.
User Level: Beginning/Intermediate
Closed-Captioning in English
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Windows XP or greater; Firefox 21+, Chrome 21+, or IE 8
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Choosing a Display for Photography and Design