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Rendering intents in color management: a closer look

Four Pees Café Rendering intents in color management: a closer look

Following up on the previous Four Pees Café’s concerning color, here is a fifth installment about one of the more complicated and ‘magical’ elements in color management: rendering Intents.

Anyone who has printed a picture knows that what you see on your screen will always differ from the final print. We already know colors can change when converting from one color space to another, but this mostly happens when we’re going from a larger color space to a smaller one. But why does this happen? And how do you explain that to clients?

In this café, our inhouse color specialist Michiel Van den Saffele dives into the black box that is color conversion and explains what the different rendering intents are and how to approach using them.

Date: Thursday June 2

Time: 16h00 CET

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Your Speaker ─ Michiel Van den Saffele

Michiel is our in house color expert! Want someone to turn that black box called “color management” into a vivid rainbow showcasing every aspect? He’s your man!

Apart from knowing the A to Z of color, he has over seven years of expertise working with various color management systems from ColorLogic, Caldera, callas software and many others.

P.S. Can’t attend live? No worries, still register and we will send you the recording afterwards

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Can’t make it? Or not your cup of tea? ─

Check out the next Four Pees Café’s on our website

Thursday June 16 (16h00 CEST): Decorating PDF files with HTML – pdfToolbox vs pdfChip

Thursday June 30 (16h00 CEST): ZePrA 10, What’s new?

We hope to see you in one of our Café’s!

Have a great day,

The Four Pees team