Three Color Management Tips from the Pros

Last week, we touched a bit on color management — what it is and why you might find it useful. Now, we’ll dive a bit more specifically into some tips that will help you squeeze the best quality color from your photos and prints. (If you’re a casual photographer simply interested in sharing photos online, this advice is definitely overkill, but feel free to keep reading!)

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  1. Really enjoyed both articles on color management, in fact rushed out and bought a calibrator for my monitor. Then I further deviled into the whole process of color management from software to lab processing.

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