Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, – The 2011 Color Management Conference, December 3–6, in Phoenix, Arizona explores and addresses the dynamic intricacies of color management via content that is applicable to anyone working in a color managed environment--regardless of experience level. It is designed to provide the "how-to" by way of the latest tools, targets, and techniques-what you need to know and how to get it implemented immediately.
Managing color in both traditional and non-traditional print methods is as important as ever. This year's program will offer in-depth sessions that cover core competencies, digital, production, and an interactive, hands-on computer lab. Keynote presentations will feature the world-renowned Coca-Cola Company. Thomas Lianza, Chairman of ICC, will deliver a keynote on the latest developments at the ICC and how these developments will impact color management now and into the future.
The Color Management Conference also offers two pre-conference sessions for those looking to dive even deeper into color management. Color Management for Digital & Inkjet Technology and an offsite Phoenix photography shoot will help printers take their company's color management techniques to the next level.
The Color Management Conference is ideal for creative professionals, digital and wide-format printers, professionals new to color management, packaging professionals, photographers, and prepress and proofing professionals. With an abundance of sessions, in-depth case studies, and keynotes, this conference will enhance any printer's color management ability.
Register for the conference by October 28 to receive $100 off regular attendee registration. For more information, please visit www.printing.org/color.