Illustrating the idea of color matching without the benefit of using color. Great job Carl!
Color Management, A Fun Illustration
A shout out and a big thank you to Carl Schulz of IVstudios LLC for this terrific illustration; it appeared on the cover of the Guild News, Spring 2013 edition. The artwork accompanied the article I wrote titled The Color-Managed Workflow: Monitor Calibration & Environment for the Graphic Artists Guild newsletter.
Are You Working In A Color-Managed Environment?
In the Guild News article I give an overview of digital color, introduce the first steps in a color management workflow—monitor calibration and work environment—and outline the process to achieve consistent and predictable color. If you would like a copy of the article, drop me a line through my Contact page or leave a comment below. Be sure to tell me the area of art and design in which you work.
More on Color Management
You may also be interested in an earlier blog post, The Color Management Series–Perception & Our Environment. Discover how our eyes trick us. You may not be seeing the color you think you’re seeing.
On-Site Color Management Consulting Services
I work with graphic designers to set up color-managed workflows. Visit the Services>Color Management Consulting page to learn more and to schedule a time to chat.
More Color Resources
Visit the Resources + More page for more information, helpful links, and PDF downloads on color perception, color management, and digital color reproduction.
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