Managing color and perfecting workflow are main objectives of event.
X-Rite Color Services has announced its 'Picture Perfect Color' seminar, a full-day event designed to teach photographers how to manage color and perfect their workflow through an understanding of digital color control from input to output. The training seminar will tour 40 cities in the US and Canada from May through December 2007.
The seminar is led by Phil Nelson, a professional photographer and strong proponent of a color managed digital workflow. Key topics include: digital basics and ICC color management; options for raw processing; Adobe Photoshop and Bridge; getting accurate color on screen; matching color to photographic printers; effective soft and hard proofing; and prepping files for clients and printers.
Cost: $299, including live demonstrations, lunch, and a Photographic Color Toolkit (comprises a 'Need to Know Color' manual, resource CD, and discounts from sponsors such as Adobe, Eizo, FujiFilm, and others). Registration can be done online at www.pictureperfectcolor.com.
Registration is now open for most cities, with dates and venues listed on the company website. Additional cities will be added as the tour progresses, X-Rite reports.
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