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COLOR MANAGEMENT
Accurate colours. All the time!
© wisebydesign.com.au
Why does colour go so horribly wrong?
Different Devices = Different Codes
Codes= RGBValues
COLOUR MANAGEMENT DEFINED
Using the right codes
PIXELS ENCODE
R
G
B
ADDITIVE COLOUR MODEL
UNDERSTANDING COLOUR SPACE
Adobe RGB SRGB CMYK
AdobeRGB
Colour Space
SRGB
Colour Space
SUBTRACTIVE COLOUR MODEL
COLOUR SPACE COMPARISON
Visible Spectrum
Wide Gamut RGB
Adobe RGB 1998
sRGB
CMYK (Japan Standard v2)
JPEG vs RAW
So…
Always shoot RAW
Screen resolution > Advance settings > Colour Management
Display > Colour > Callibrate
5. DSLR Photography 101 - Colour Management
5. DSLR Photography 101 - Colour Management
5. DSLR Photography 101 - Colour Management
5. DSLR Photography 101 - Colour Management
5. DSLR Photography 101 - Colour Management
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Transcript of "5. DSLR Photography 101 - Colour Management"

  1. 1. COLOR MANAGEMENT Accurate colours. All the time! © wisebydesign.com.au
  2. 2. Why does colour go so horribly wrong?
  3. 3. Different Devices = Different Codes
  4. 4. Codes= RGBValues
  5. 5. COLOUR MANAGEMENT DEFINED
  6. 6. Using the right codes
  7. 7. PIXELS ENCODE R G B
  8. 8. ADDITIVE COLOUR MODEL
  9. 9. UNDERSTANDING COLOUR SPACE
  10. 10. Adobe RGB SRGB CMYK
  11. 11. AdobeRGB Colour Space
  12. 12. SRGB Colour Space
  13. 13. SUBTRACTIVE COLOUR MODEL
  14. 14. COLOUR SPACE COMPARISON Visible Spectrum Wide Gamut RGB Adobe RGB 1998 sRGB CMYK (Japan Standard v2)
  15. 15. JPEG vs RAW
  16. 16. So…
  17. 17. Always shoot RAW
  18. 18. Screen resolution > Advance settings > Colour Management
  19. 19. Display > Colour > Callibrate
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