A Beginner’s Introduction to Color Management

Color is the language of photography (unless you’re shooting in black-and-white, but let’s not ruin my metaphor) but as your photo journeys from your camera to your monitor and then to your printer, some color can get lost in translation.  To ensure your photo is represented accurately on your monitor and your printer, you need  to manage your color.

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  1. Totally agree – got a spyder and it makes all the difference but important to get the ambient light level set fairly low before using it

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