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Set the correct color balance of your monitor.

If you work with images in a professional manner calibration of your computer monitor is an element does not negligible, but definitely in need of some tools, software, and a couple of techniques. First of all it's good to check the current calibration and if you're familiar with the graphics card that could be Nvidia or any other you can take a look at the advanced options and obtain a significant improvement already or you can do a test to check the current conditions with a tool that is located at this link:

There are devices for calibrating the monitor on the market, which perform the task of both calibration as well as profiling. Calibration devices as common as l'X-Rite Eye-One Display, ColorVision Spyder, coloreyes Display and ColorMunki Photo, amongst others ...







The ultimate guide to logo design.

There are some companies out there that would have you believe that designing a logo is as simple as slapping together some type and a shape or two. But there is so much more to designing a good logo than just that, regardless of what some may say. A lot goes into a great logo design. While a logo seems like just a little thing to create, it represents an entire company or brand, and must convey identity, values, and more. You can’t think of it as just a “little” design job. It can be the most important design a company has, and one that guides future design and branding decisions. With this guide you’ll learn all the steps necessary for creating a fantastic logo for your own project or a potential client’s ...

Understanding Photoshop as a workbench in post production.

Are concluded appointments with Photoshop and photography in collaboration with the CULTURAL CLUB PHOTOGRAPHY VERDELLINESE, to understand the potential of the Adobe tools in the context photographic and like today, where shots are processed and developed in digital, have become our Darkroom and the workbench to organize our catalogs in addition to real developing. In particular, we have focused on Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom following a precise path:

Oct 10, 2013 - Organize your workspace and Understanding Levels
Oct 18, 2013 - The masks and blending methods
Nov 08, 2013 - Selections and clipping paths
Nov 15, 2013 - Liquify filter and advanced filters
Dec 06, 2013 - The retouching tools
Dec 13, 2013 - Editing work on the face and skin
Jan 10, 2014 - HDR and Panorama
Jan 17, 2014 - Black and white
Feb 07, 2014 - Introduction to Lightroom
Feb 14, 2014 - Manage catalogs in lightroom

What's the best color setting for our work space?

This depends on the range of colors that a profile is able to cover to heavily influence the result of our work, especially when we have to do the color conversion from RGB to CMYK for printing of our product. Both in Photoshop and in Illustrator or InDesign can choose the default color profile for our workspace by clicking on "edit" and "Color Setting", in addition remember that when you use color spaces with such a wide gamut, it's advisable to work with 16-bit color depth to avoid posterization effects, but in the video made by Peter Krogh and through a 3D representation we can make comparisons and that can help us in choosing.