Chapter 2. Color Management


The image of film on film was shot on 8×10 Ektachrome with a Sinar 8×10 camera with a 300mm lens under studio strobe lighting. The film roll was shot on 35mm Ektachrome shooting through colored filters with a Nikon 35mm camera and a macro lens. The transparency was scanned on an Epson Perfection V750 Scanner.

At this point, color management for digital imaging is a mature and efficient system for maintaining color appearance across multiple devices. It works really well—well, most of the time. There are the occasional hiccups when a new operating system or imaging application is released, but for the most part these ...

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