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Specialty Graphic Imaging Association

Color Management

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  1. Overview of Color Management

    Color management is the process of translating how a color is initially depicted, to how it is reproduced by various output devices. With color management, the unique color characteristics of the output devices are "fingerprinted." That is, the ...

  2. How We See Color

    How We See The electromagnetic spectrum is the range of all possible frequencies of electromagnetic radiation. It contains all of the wavelengths of energy we are familiar with under different names, such as; Radio waves, microwave, infrared, visible ligh ...

  3. Test Files for Color Management

    Color 100 Step Test Wedge Test Image Attachment Size Color 100 Step Test Wedge Test Image 31.85 KB Color Ramps Test Image cmyk and rgb ramps of color. Ramps of gray Attachment Size Color Ramps Test Image 591.98 KB Gray Percentage Squares Test Image Gray s ...

  4. Color Management in Adobe Creative Suite

             Color management across the Adobe Creative Suite of products lies inside the Adobe Bridge application.     If one of the Adobe CS suite of programs has a different color setting than the rest, the "Not Synchronized" statement will appea ...

  5. Profiling Inkjet Media

    There are two basic scenarios In color management, an ICC profile is a set of data that characterizes a color input or output device. There are two scenarios for inkjet profiling specifically. One method is using the printer driver only, printing directly ...

  6. Color Space & Gamut

    Gamut — CMYK vs. RGB Gamut refers to the range of colors that any particular device is capable of reproducing or recording. There are two basic color spaces, RGB (additive color) and CMYK (subtractive color). Additive color systems start without light (bl ...

  7. Color Management Equipment

    Color management involves a combination of software and hardware. ...

  8. Soft Proofing: Photoshop Setup

    Requirements Soft proofing, in simple terms, is a way to view on your computer monitor what your image will look like when it is in its final printed form. There are three required conditions for soft proofing to work effectively. A calibrated or profiled ...

  9. G7 Methodology

    G7, a calibration methodology developed by IDEAlliance, enables different proofing devices, screen presses and digital printers to produce a very similar appearance regardless of substrate, line count, ink type or printing condition. ...

  10. Ink Limiting in Inkjet Printing

    The amount of ink printed onto a media via an inkjet printer is determined by either the printer driver or by settings in the RIP software. If you are using an inkjet printer without a RIP, then the specific paper chosen in the printer driver will set the ...

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