Colour Management for Print Production
Learn the practical skills to use Colour Management throughout the production process, manage expectation and improve book print quality
Build your confidence and skills in dealing with colour issues and communicating with designers, repro houses and printers. Increase the predictability and quality of your printed results.
The day includes on screen exercises so that you can see different colour profiles in use, understand how they work, how they affect your image and how, used correctly, they can improve your final print result.
You will be taken through the ISO print standards and will have the technical details and the Fogra profiles explained so that you can use this information to trouble shoot and improve print quality.
You will also see how to assess images for print and how to recognise and fix some common image problems.
What skills are needed for this course?
No previous colour training is needed. Ideal for anyone working with 4 colour print.
Al Richardson – Colour Management Expert
Al has worked and continues to work on a freelance basis with the Book Publishing industry, having spent over 10 years at DK and Penguin, as their lead Creative Technical Support.
His role crossed the boundaries of Production, Design and Print, and he has gained a thorough and comprehensive insight to colour management and it’s application throughout many different workflows.
Al was instrumental in the implementation of hi-res working within Penguin, and the introduction of colour management throughout their divisions. Outside Penguin, he was a main technical contact for a major UK printer during their introduction of Press Sign, ensuring the successful uptake by both supplier and client of this system.
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