Color Accurate Soft Proofing

Color Accurate Soft Proofing

More creative and color-critical decisions are made on an LCD display than on any other device or media. Yet, most of us are not managing our displays properly to ensure that what we're seeing on our display is as close as possible to what the final printed product will look like. This course will give you the how-tos on calibrating and profiling displays for color-accurate soft proofing.

Time to complete: 1 hour for the course and knowledge assessments.

You will learn
* What is soft proofing?
* Requirements for success
* Hardware and software requirements
* The 5 steps to a color accurate display
* How to use Adobe CC applications to view color accurately
* The ideal soft proofing viewing environment

Instructor: 

Joe Marin

Joe Marin
Organization: 
Printing Industries of America

Joe Marin is Vice President, Education and Training for Printing Industries of America. Joe is one of the industry's leading voices on digital technologies, including all things related to succeeding in a digital print environment. He is a veteran speaker at GRAPH EXPO and other venues on color management, PDF workflow, preparing print-ready files, web-to-print, and business-related issues. Joe also develops, presents, and consults on integrated print technologies such as augmented reality, mobile website development, and search engine optimization and marketing. Joe has developed custom training programs for major industry manufacturers and suppliers and managed both the NPES Teachers Update and Conference. He is the author of the Prepress Skills Training Program, Process Control Primer, Digital Prepress Primer, and co-author of The PDF Print Production Guide, all published by Printing Industries Press.

Prior to joining Printing Industries of America, Joe was a production solutions consultant with Konica Minolta, and in a former role, manager of training programs for PIA. Joe also worked in the prepress departments of several Pittsburgh-area printing companies. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Graphic Communications from California University of Pennsylvania.