Getting Colour Right is a comprehensive guide to the use and control of colour in both printed and screen media. It covers colour theory, the effects of light sources, colour temperature and colour gamut, how colour works in a digital environment, and how images should be presented for output. The core of the book comprises step-by-step examples of colour correction in a variety of photographic situations. Essential for anyone responsible for how colour will be seen.The Complete Guide to Colour Correction Michael Walker, Neil Barstow ... Earlier in the book, we talked at length about how CMYK printed output generally misses out on some of the more bright and saturated colours that RGB images may contain. ... Hexachrome is a six-colour printing process developed by Pantone.
|Title||:||Getting Colour Right|
|Author||:||Michael Walker, Neil Barstow|
|Publisher||:||The Ilex Press Ltd - 2004|