Palo Alto, California -- November 10, 2008 -- At some point, there was a great image that once proofed or printed, just didnt meet your expectations for quality or color intent. And worse, you may even have had to pay to correct what seemed a perfectly wonderful image.
So what happened? Well tell you in the next PaperSpecs Webinar Managing Critical Color with Daniel Dejan, North American ETC Print and Creative Manager of Sappi Fine Paper.
Dejan will focus on addressing critical areas where most of the print challenges are generated. From image capture, ensuring images whether shot or downloaded have the correct profiles for your workspace, managing critical colors throughout the process, the tools most needed for proper color viewing and quantification, through to rendering intents and releasing files to printers to get as close to color expectations with minimal quality or time loss and unexpected fees.
Among many things, Ill discuss working with photographers regarding image capture requirements and retouching, explains Dejan, as well as how to anticipate papers impact on color and the proper workflow for releasing files.
For those who attended Mind Your Color in October, this is a must-do sequel packed with even more of Daniel Dejans color wisdom.
If you missed our first Webinar, the content of Managing Critical Color is independent, so dont hesitate to sign up for this session, says Sabine Lenz, founder of PaperSpecs.
Managing Critical Color is ideal for designers, project managers and print production managers. The Webinar is free for PaperSpecs members. Non-member cost is $14.95. Space is limited, so reserve your seat today for this special event at www.paperspecs.com/webinar_signup.
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