Digital colour management

Course overview

Digital printing is a growing area and this new 1 day course aims to introduce the basic concepts of colour and colour specification and then address the theoretical ideas and practical methods for ensuring colour fidelity for colour images as they are moved captured and displayed on different media such as desktop displays, printers, mobile phones and mart tablets.

It will be valuable for those who want to understand digital colour workflows and apply these to ensure colour consistency in an office, production or online environment

 

Course structure

Course content – 1 day

• Colour Communication
- colour order systems (Pantone, Munsell, NCS)
- colour contrast - colour assimilation and brightness

- colourfulness (chroma and saturation)
- hue

• The CIE System of Colorimetry
- light and light sources - trichromacy colour primaries - the CIE system

- meaning of XYZ - CIELAB spectrophotometers/colorimeters

• Colour Difference and Colour Appearance

- colour difference equations (CMC, CIE94, CIEDE2000)
- colour appearance phenomena
- colour appearance models (CIELAB, CIECAM02)

• Colour Image Workflows
- camera technology, display technology - sRGB – ICC

- colour management approach
- creating and using profiles

• Colour Printing
- ICC profiles - the concept of colour gamut
- gamut mapping
- colour rendering intents

• Beyond ICC
- advanced colour management
- spectral imaging

 

Venue details

Contact email

training@leeds.ac.uk

Contact phone

0113 343 37858