Join Joe Brady for an in-depth discussion in this video Advanced monitor profiling, part of Advanced Color Workflows for Photographers.
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…While basic monitor profiling is pretty much the same regardless of…which calibration system you use, we're going to go a little bit deeper and…look at some advanced monitor profiling options.…Now, basic profiling you've probably seen,…a known set of color patches are displayed on the screen.…And the measurement device compares what it sees versus what it…knows as being sent to the monitor.…These differences are used in…the calculations to create the monitor profile.…In essence, a monitor profile is simply a set of corrections to ensure that when…your software asks for 100% of say, red, that's what is actually displayed on…the monitor, at least to the best of its abilities.…
Advanced monitor profiling adds steps to increase the accuracy of the monitor…profile, tracks monitor performance over time, and it lets you know if and…where your monitor varies in color and or brightness from edge to edge.…Lets run through the advanced monitor profiling system using what is…probably the most advanced system available today the, i1Profiler.…
In this course, Joe Brady builds on his Color Management Fundamentals course, focusing on color-management issues of specific interest to photographers. After a review of digital-color concepts, the course explores creating color profiles for each device in the digital photography workflow, from monitor to printer, to camera. Joe demonstrates the tools and techniques behind color profiling, even covering tablets—ideal for photographers using iPads or Android tablets as wireless remote controls.
- What gear can and should be profiled?
- Comparing color spaces
- Choosing a monitor
- Profiling your monitor
- Paper-profiling devices
- Profiling iOS and Android devices
- Soft proofing