X-Rite Announces New, 3-Part Webinar

September 9, 2011 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Events | Comment |

X-Rite has announced a new, free webinar focusing on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 and the basics of colour management. This is a three-part online seminar, with the first session taking place on 16th September, at 4pm CET. The second part is scheduled for 14th October, while the third session will be held on 18th November, both starting at 4pm CET. Taking part in the webinar is free, but advance registration is required.

X-rite Press Release

A speedy workflow from the beginning. A complete intro to Adobe Lightroom 3.

Improve your Color Management Skills by joing the 3 Part Session.

·      Get the best out of your equipment
·      Speed up your Workflow
·      Gain greater control over your raw files.
·      Get Accurate Colours

Part 1:

Friday, September 16th, 4pm Central Europe Time
Requirements: No prior knowledge necessary

This session will cover:

·      - An Intro to Basic Color Management
·      - 3 Color Spaces you need to know of
·      - RAW 16 Bit versus18 Bit
·      - Traditional RAW versus Adobe DNG

Register to join Part 1 »

Part 2:

Friday, October 14th, 4pm Central Europe Time
Requirements: It is reccomended to have participated in Part 1

This session will cover:

·      - An intro to Lightroom (what separates LR from adobe bridge and other raw converters)
·      - How to set up Lightroom for efficiant workflow
·      - Selecting and rating images for workflow speed

Register to join Part 2 »

Part 3:

Friday, November 18th, 4pm Central Europe Time
Requirements: We would recommend you to watch the previous 2 Parts of this Webinar session.

This session will cover:

·      The raw converting process
        - Raw development for color images
        - Raw development for grayscale images
·        - How Lightroom communicates with Photoshop
·        - Printing from Lightroom
        - Creating Print Template
        - Setting up the print driver to communicate with Lightroom
        - Printing wiht Colormanagement

Register to join Part 3 »

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