Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Monitor calibration, part of Photoshop CS6: Optimal Output.
I think it's a safe bet that you would never apply adjustments to an image …without actually looking at the image. And when you're working on an image in …Photoshop, you spend a pretty considerable amount of time looking at …that image on your monitor display. So I think it goes without saying that …it's very critical that, that display be as accurate as possible. …One of the most important pieces of a color-managed workflow is monitor calibration. …It's a process of adjusting the display on your monitor to make sure it's as …accurate as possible. There are a variety of tools that you can …use for this. I'm going to show you an example of one …such tool, it happens to be called ColorMunki Display, from X-Rite.…
I'll go ahead and minimize Photoshop, and I already have the color monkey display …software running, so I'm ready to get started. …You can see here with this software, I have the option to profile a monitor …display or digital projector. I'm working with a computer monitor of …course, so I'll click that first option. And then, in my case I have multiple …
- Getting started with color management
- Early-workflow sharpening
- Output preparation
- When not to sharpen
- Advanced sharpening techniques
- Printing a photo
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CS5: Prepress and Printingwith Taz Tally4h 1m Intermediate
Photoshop CS6 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost10h 30m Beginner
1. Getting Started with Color Management
2. Early Workflow Sharpening
In-camera sharpening2m 27s
3. Output Preparation
4. Advanced Sharpening Techniques
5. Printing a Photo
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