Demystifying Color Management with Martin Bailey

Demystifying Color Management with Martin Bailey

 

Live Webinar with Martin Bailey on Monday, July 9th @ 7pm EDT

Color management and printing are two areas notorious for causing photographers a lot of unnecessary headache. Even though photographers know that calibrated and profiled devices & systems are crucial for a successful, efficient workflow – color management guides have typically been excessive, needlessly complicated, and boring. Until now.

In this live webinar, co-sponsored by PhotoShelter and X-Rite, Tokyo-based nature & wildlife photographer Martin Bailey will demystify color management and printing to help you to get great results that both you and your clients will love.

Martin’s photography has been celebrated and sold all over the world, and now he’s here to share how you can easily calibrate your workflow – ultimately improving your business and putting you above the competition.

This webinar is a chance to get some of Martin’s tips firsthand, including:

  • The importance of color management – starting with nailing exposure in camera.
  • Calibrating your digital workflow, including using camera profiles and monitor calibration.
  • Preparing your workflow for frustration-free printing.
  • Marketing tactics that work for photographers who want to sell prints.
  • And more!

Space is limited for this free webinar on Monday, July 9th @ 7pm EDT, so register today! Arrive early to secure your seat.

Martin’s Craft & Vision ebook, Making the Print, has been converting photographers from around the world to frustration-free, happy printers. Now in this live webinar, Martin will share the best secrets from his ebook. Martin is also embarking on a world tour, Pixels 2 Pigment, where he’ll be holding weekend workshop seminars in major cities in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, and Japan. For more information and to sign up for the seminar, visit www.pixels2pigment.com.

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