Controlling Colour – Capture to Print Seminar 5

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Controlling Colour – Capture to Print Seminar with Steven Hamilton

Steven is the Graphics Channel Manager for Eizo in Australia and New Zealand.
If you don’t already know them, Eizo are the benchmark in colour calibration monitors for professional photography and graphic design. Steven’s experience includes over 20 years as a professional photographer and 12 years as a photographic specialist with Canon Australia.

In this fascinating presentation, Steven will introduce the concept of colour management from profiling your camera through to print output with particular emphasis on displaying correct colour in the editing environment.  We’ll look at how you set up your digital workspace to display the full range of colour captured by your camera sensor and managing your workflow so that the output from your printer matches what you see on the screen.

This program is designed for beginner to intermediate photographers and all those who would like a better understanding of controlling colour in the digital darkroom.

You may even be able to pick up a great deal on a professional Eizo colour calibration monitor!

Visit the Event page to register

 

**UPDATE**

After receiving such an overwhelming response, we regrettably have to close registrations for this seminar.

5 Comments

  1. Love to come but have another commitment that night. Any chance of catching up another time?

    Regards

    Yvonne

  2. Margaret Baldock from NEPG would like to attend this seminar

  3. Want to register for colour management seminar on April 8…….

  4. I would really value coming along to this, and if it were any other night, I would have. Unfortunately I cannot attend as my son is receiving an award through Murdoch Uni and the presentation is that evening. Is there the possibility of a 2nd night? Cheers Helena

    Helena Kristel
    1. Hi Helena sorry we can only do one this time around , we may do another one later in the year.

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