Archive for the 'Color Management' Category

Jun 9, 2005

Understanding ProPhoto RGB – UPDATE

On May 27th, PSN reported that Michael Reichmann, publisher of the Luminous Landscape website, had written an article titled Understanding ProPhoto RGB A Preferred Working Space for Digital Photographers. The article was useful (read the original article on) but spawned a lengthy discussion of the relative merits and risks of using ProPhoto RGB in the Luminous Landscape Forums.

May 27, 2005

Understanding ProPhoto RGB

A Preferred Working Space for Digital Photographers
Source: Luminous Landscape
Written by Michael Reichmann

Most photographers work under the assumption that Adobe RGB 98 is the most suitable working space within Photoshop. Everyone also knows that the sRGB working space is smaller, and therefore less suitable for professional and fine-art printing applications. Sure, sRGB is fine for amateurs and the web, but real men use Adobe RGB – right?

May 24, 2005

GretagMacbeth announces Improved Eye-One

Press Release: Regensdorf, Switzerland, – May 19, 2005 – GretagMacbeth, the worldwide technological leader in color measurement and management solutions announced that it is shipping the accelerated version of its award winning Eye-One color management solutions that set a new benchmark for speed, error free handling and usability.

May 20, 2005

Three Companies’ Products Share the CMS Market

Opinion: Gretag MacBeth, Colorvision and X-Rite garner photographers’ interest with differing approaches to pricing and usability.
Source: Publish
Written By Edmund Ronald

May 2, 2005

Getting the Colors Right When Soft Proofing

Graphics professionals everywhere want to reap the benefits of soft proofing. Instead of paying for shipping and waiting for a hard-copy proof, publishers can eyeball print designs and documents on a monitor.

Apr 21, 2005

New ProfileMaker 5 Publish Plus from GretagMacbeth

Apr 20, 2005

Metamerism – Friend or Foe?

Metamerism – or Things That Go Weird in the Light

Jan 15, 2005

The “Understanding Series”

There are a lot of really good web sites out there who’s primary focus is digital imaging. But one of the best from the standpoint of providing useful and understandable articles is The Luminous Landscape offered by Michael Reichmann.

Michael is not shy–he says of his web site: “The Luminous Landscape, the web’s most comprehensive site devoted to the art of landscape, nature and documentary photography using digital as well as traditional image processing techniques.”

Sep 8, 2004

Book Review: Real World Color Management 2nd Ed.

Source: Dry Creek Photo

Real World Color Management, Second Edition.
By Fraser, Murphy, Bunting

All aspects of color management are covered here, from basic theory to how the elements of your digital work flow use and interpret color.

Sep 1, 2004


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