Photographers who are aware, understand and applies effective color management.
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From input to the output, in this case, the camera, scanner, software, printer and processor used had been checked, adjusted, or determined by comparison to a standard.
A computer screen that was measured, determined, checked, and rectified to a desirable and well-defined state, in this case, the brightness, contrast and colors.
The controlled conversion between the color representations of various devices across the chain, from input devices such as image scanner, digital cameras, to output devices such as monitors, printers, and corresponding media.
Color management helps to achieve the same appearance on all of these devices, provided the devices are capable of delivering the needed color intensities. It often occurs behind the scenes and does not require any intervention, but when color problems arise, understanding this process is crucial.
An ICC profile is a set of data that characterizes a color of input or output device, or a color space, according to standards promulgated by the International Color Consortium (ICC).
In our context, it is a color space, measured and determined specifically for our printer and the corresponding media.
Understanding and applying effective color management from input to output.