The webinar is broken into 4 parts of approximately 30 minutes each.
Topics covered in include:
Part 1: the basics of color theory and key terminology
In part 1 we will be focusing on color theory, both additive and subtractive, plus defining several key color terms for use in the rest of the webinar.
Part 2: an understanding of core color concepts
Part 2 reveals what luminance and chrominance are and why it appears everywhere in digital color. You will also learn about histograms and what they tell us about digital images as well as color grading and secondary color correction.
Part 3: how color gets clobbered in the computer
Part 3 solves the problem of clipping, reveals what gamut and color space is and how it explains why your pictures look different on different types of displays.
Part 4: what you can do to protect the quality of your images
Part 4 solves the riddle of monitor gamma, explains bit depth and its effect on image quality, the different compression schemes, and finished up with HDR images. So let’s get started.
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Course Length: 4 lessons / about 2 hours
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