This is a quick and concise tutorial found on WiseBread.com
It is perfect your y’all who have Photoshop and want a quick fix for your photos:
by Katrina Simeck on 30 November 2010
If you are the proud owner of a digital camera, chances are that you’ve got hundreds (if not thousands) of photos on your hard drive. A huge advantage of going digital is that you can take as many shots as you need to capture the “perfect” image.
However, despite constant clicking, you’re likely to want to learn to improve your photos with an editing program such as Adobe Photoshop.
Read on for seven easy fixes that every photographer should know. Continue reading Easy Fixes for Photos
I read this article on the Pantone site.
fun and useful color tidbits
- When calibrating a monitor, make sure that the monitor has been on for at least 30 minutes before making any adjustments, as this allows the CRT tube to warm up and the colors to settle.
- Improve the luster of your metallics: remember to specify liquid ink when working with metallic colors to achieve optimal results. New liquid inks containing intermediate-sized pigment particles provide higher levels of brilliance than conventional paste inks, which generally contain smaller particles.
- Some pigments are more lightfast than others. This is extremely important when choosing colors for printed material destined for exposure to sunlight, such as outdoor signage and window displays. Seek guidance from your commercial printer or PANTONE Licensed Printing Ink Manufacturer to mitigate concerns.
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