From the Back Cover
It's always been possible to produce great-looking images in Photoshop. But Photoshop Color Correction makes it easy. This book is the distillation of color expert Michael Kieran's 10 years of experience in delivering workshops on color correction and color management. It includes tips and tricks that will enable you to improve the detail, color balance, and sharpness of any photograph, regardless of its source, by applying color improvements you can see on both the computer screen and in print. The emphasis of this book lies in its visual techniques, with plenty of photographs and screen shots to illustrate how color correction really happens. You can further deepen your understanding by following along with the sample images provided on the accompanying CD-ROM.
About the Author
Michael Kieran is a leading authority on electronic color, and the author of three books and more than 100 magazine articles on color technology. More than 50,000 people have attended his one-day seminars on color scanning, color printing, color correction and color management systems. Michael is vice-president of Services for E-Color, Inc. in San Francisco, where he is responsible for a team of consultants providing color management and color correction services. He is the author of Understanding Desktop Color (Peachpit Press, 1994) and Color Scanning Handbook (DPA Press, 1997)