The color you expect

McClelland, Deke
May 1995
Macworld;May95, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p94
Focuses on precision color reproduction of pictures using Macintosh software for desktop publishing. Variations in the color-matching theme; Color-management systems; Color-management process; ColorSync 1.0.5; MonacoColor 1.51; Precision Packs; ColorMatch; FotoTune 1.1.3. INSETS: Low-cost, precise color measurement comes to the Mac.;Simple color matching..


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