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Co wpływa na kolory w fotografii i gdzie zaczyna się proces panowania nad nimi? Czy ważny jest tylko postprocessing? Na ile istotne jest to, co dzieje się, zanim naciśniemy spust migawki. Czy jesteśmy pewni że to, na co patrzymy na ekranie naszego monitora ktoś inny na swym monitorze zobaczy dokładnie w ten sam sposób co my? Dlaczego potrzebny nam skalibrowany monitor do fotografii? Na jakie problemy natrafimy podczas przygotowania zdjęć do druku w albumie, książce lub kolorowym magazynie? Jak poradzić sobie z drukowaniem problematycznych zdjęć w CMYK? Na te oraz inne pytania odpowie Ambasador EIZO, fotograf National Geographic Polska, Marcin Dobas.
What’s with the colors? From capture to print
What affects colors in photography and where does color management start? Is post processing the only thing we should worry about? How much does it matter what we do before pressing the shutter button? Can we be sure that what we see on our monitor will be seen on other monitors in the exact same way? Why do we need a calibrated monitor for photography? What kind of issues can we encounter when preparing pictures to be printed in an album, book or magazine? How to successfully print problematic photographs in CMYK? These and other questions will be answered by Marcin Dobas, EIZO Ambassador and photographer for National Geographic Poland.