What is Colour Management? ColourManagement is a number of techniques we use to make sure that your print or your digital image are represented properly. It applies to both when you print your images so that they look right but also when you look at them on your computer screen that they look right, too.
As you work with images, you are going to move the images between the devices. When you move your images between different devices, bear in mind that different devices (scanner, monitor, printer etc) have different gamut (range of colour). Each device works within a specific range of colour variations that it can display. Because of
Good morning everyone, This is a follow up on the previous post about taking care of your monitor. By now, you know how important monitor calibration is. One important message to remember, your monitor is not calibrated and it is your job to calibrate it using a colour calibrator. There are many colour calibrators on
Chances are, your monitor is a problem. Have you heard it before? Possibly. This brings a very important and very often forgotten topic of monitor calibration. If you do any serious work with Photoshop or Lightroom, you may have problems with colour consistency before… And you were probably wondering why… Now your problems are solved!
Have you ever tried to match colour in two images in Photoshop? Let’s say you have two images and you want them both to have the same colour tonality – now you can do that in Photoshop using Match Color! 🙂 The way it works is that you can adjust colour tonality in one image
Good morning, Today we have a colour management topic. The question is : How do you match what you see on the screen with the print? This is a very important topic. The first thing will be to make sure your camera Colour Settings are set properly so they match with Photoshop. If you shoot