Comments about Course - Introduction to Colour Management - At the institution - Westminster - Greater London
Attendees need to have a basic knowledge of both Photoshop and computers but will not need any prior knowledge of Colour Management. This is not suitable for beginners in use of Photoshop.
What does it include?
The course outline for the first day is as follows:
Colour management introduction:
What is colour management?
Why is colour management important?
-What are working spaces?
-Why do we need them?
-Setting up Photoshop for colour management
-The importance of calibrating monitors and using profiles
-What are the differences between using CRT and LCD monitors?
-Generic verses custom made profiles
-Using a profile with a printer
-Working with calibrated and un-calibrated scanners
-Working with untagged scanned images
-Embedded profiles from cameras
-Introduction to working with RAW files
The course outline for the second day is as follows:
-Using colour management in scanning own work
-Editing own work in a colour managed environment
-Printing own work
Advance Photoshop techniques covered:
-Using Levels and Curves
-Using Adjustment layers
-Effective use of masks in layers
-Resizing images whilst retaining integrity of image
-Using unsharp masks
Where does it lead?
Progression towards professional development in further/higher education or employment.