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Chapter 10. Color > Color Management

Color Management

When you aim at a target—and it doesn’t matter whether you’re aiming a rifle, a bow, a laser, or a camera—you have to make adjustments. You’ve got to consider the atmospheric conditions, the distance to the target, the characteristics of the target itself. Once you know what the variables are, and how they affect what you’re trying to do, you’ve got a better chance of hitting the bullseye.

The same thing is true in color management. You need to understand the tools you have to work with, how they work together (or don’t), and how they combine to produce the colors you see in the printed version of your publication.


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