This webinar will outline ways to showcase your work, and highlight options to display your prints to best effect.
Calibration and profiling are essential parts of colour management, however there are several other factors that effect how colour is perceived. When showcasing your prints, either in a portfolio or on gallery walls, the lighting, wall colours, and mounting choices all effect tone and colour.
Sometimes printing portfolios, competition entries or exhibition prints gets left until the evening; as a quiet way to end the day. This webinar highlights the potential problems of printing in artificial light. It also describes why the juxtaposition of images can change their perceived tone and colour. Having covered the potential problems, this webinar will demonstrate techniques to overcome print and display problems.
• Review of good colour management practice
• Problems In Human Colour Perception
• The Effect Of Peripheral Colours
• The Effect Of Scale
• The Role of Soft Proofing
• Techniques For Hard Proofing
• Using Virtual Light Tables
• Creating a Digital Darkroom
• Making a Print Viewing Area
• Editing a Portfolio
• Professional and seasoned enthusiasts that have a basic understanding of Adobe Photoshop.
• Photographers who want to understand where creative choices can be made in their workflow.
• Anyone who needs to understand the role of colour management for print and on-screen output.