One of the keys to professional success is developing transferable skills that outlast the software upgrade cycle. This is particularly true when it comes to the color reproduction process. Digital Color Correction outlines a platform-independent, cross-disciplinary system for producing the best possible color images for print and the Web. Based on the author's extensive experience training industry professionals, this cutting-edge resource instills confidence in a designer's ability to evaluate, digitize, repair, and adjust any color image, whether working in Adobe Photoshop , a freeware application such as the GIMP, or on a scanner. Digital Color Correction defines precisely what constitutes an optimal color image and lays out a system for intelligent evaluation of images and rapid optimization that virtually anyone can follow. In an era of tight deadlines and even tighter margins, readers will welcome their newfound capacity to quickly and correctly produce great-looking images from mediocre originals, while ensuring that professionally produced images are preserved through proper color-editing choices.
|Series:||Graphic Design/Interactive Media Series|
|Product dimensions:||7.90(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
Table of Contents
Chapter 1- The Four Attributes Chapter 2- Contrast Chapter 3- Balance Chapter 4- Sharpness & Detail Chapter 5- Believable Colors Chapter 6- The Evaluation Checklist Chapter 7- Planning Your Attack Chapter 8- Masked and Invisible Chapter 9- Tool Work Chapter 10- Duotones, Sepiatones and Eurogray Chapter 11- Color Correction and Color Management Chapter 12- Contract Proofing Chapter 13- Huge Color- Display Graphics & Poster Work Chapter 14- Flexography