What they forgot to tell you about CM
Every advice about color management starts with the declaration that without a calibrated screen things will never quite work out. Well, hard to argue with that. And if screens were able to show all colors that the human eye is able perceive, or at least the subset that can be captured by digital cameras and scanners, starting out with a calibrated monitor should indeed make it possible to predict...
Things to find out about CM
About Aperture: - What is the internal color space of Aperture? Presumably something big (ie, maybe similar to Adobe RGB). - What is the rendering intent used [by Aperture] when exporting images and can it be changed? Apparently, Aperture uses the ‘preferred rendering intent’ of the printer profile when printing (as reported on the Aperture discussions forums at apple.com). - Now,...
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The essentials of color management explained by the logical mind of an engineer ::)