Course Description

Students are introduced to colour management and its effect on accurate image capture, job files, monitor previews, proofs, and prints across all devices used in graphic communication workflows. Current "open-system" colour strategies are compared to traditional "closed-loop" colour systems. Students optimize and calibrate devices prior to profiling, as well as create and implement ICC profiles for a variety of uses. Colour management specifications including SNAP, GRACoL, and SWOP will be discussed in detail.


Prerequisite: CGCM 260

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