Understanding Color Management

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John Wiley & Sons, 2 juil. 2018 - 344 pages

An accessible but technically rigorous guide to color management for all users in all market segments

Understanding Color Management, 2nd Edition explains the basics of color science as needed to understand color profiling software, color measuring instruments, and software applications, such as Adobe Photoshop and proofing RIPs. It also serves as a practical guide to International Color Consortium (ICC) profiles describing procedures for managing color with digital cameras, LCD displays, inkjet proofers, digital presses and web browsers and tablets. Updates since the first edition include new chapters on iPads, tablets and smartphones; home-cinema projection systems, as well as, with the industrial user in mind, new additional chapters on large-format inkjet for signage and banner printing, flexography, xerography and spot color workflows.

Key features:

  • Managing color in digital cameras with Camera Raw and DNG.
  • Step-by-step approach to using color management in Adobe Photoshop CC.
  • M0, M1, M2 instrument measurement modes explained.
  • Testing of low cost, iPhone color measuring instruments.
  • Updated to include iccMAX (Version 5.0) ICC profiles.
  • G7 calibration explained with practical examples.
  • Conventional printing conditions described - SNAP, GRACoL, SWOP, Fogra, CRPC.
  • New sections on Pantone EXTENDED GAMUT Guide.
  • Introduction to XML for color management applications.

Understanding Color Management, 2nd Edition is a valuable resource for digital photographers, keen amateurs and end-users, graphic designers and artists, web masters, production and prepress operators and supervisors, color scientists and researchers, color consultants, and manufacturers. It is a must-have course text for college and university students of graphics arts, graphic communications, digital photography, print media, and imaging arts and sciences.

The Society for Imaging Science and Technology (imaging.org) is an international professional society whose mission is to keep members and others aware of the latest scientific and technological developments in the greater field of imaging. A major objective of the Wiley-IS&T series is to advance this goal at the professional level. The broad scope of the series focuses on imaging in all its aspects, with particular emphasis on digital printing, electronic imaging, image assessment and reproduction, image archiving and preservation, color science, pre-press technologies, and hybrid imaging systems.

 

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Table des matières

Foreword to 2nd Edition
xxiii
Acknowledgments
xxxvi
Monitor Profiles
2-7
List of Tables
2-30
Spot Colors Expanded Gamut Printing
3-9
Measuring Instruments
3-30
Inside Profiles
4-23
Managing Color in Digital Cameras
5-28
Principles of Light and Color
6-2
Color by Numbers
9-3
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À propos de l'auteur (2018)

Abhay Sharma has a BS in Imaging Sciences from the University of Westminster, UK, and a PhD in Physics from King's College London, UK. Sharma developed color products as a Senior Research Scientist at FujiFilm Electronic Imaging, UK, before accepting a position as Associate Professor at Western Michigan University, USA. Dr Sharma is now a Professor in the School of Graphic Communications Management, Ryerson University in Toronto, where he teaches color management to students on the only degree program in print media in Canada. Sharma is well known in the industry via his involvement with the ICC and major Idealliance color evaluation projects for color proofing, color in digital presses, ink optimization, large-format inkjet printing, etc.

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