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This GATF bestseller is the standard text for digital color theory and practice in the industry. This revised edition covers all aspects of digital color and features new chapters on workflow, file preparation, and output systems.
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Phil Green teaches at the London College of Printing, School of Printing and Publishing, in the United Kingdom, where he is currently course director of the MA Digital Imaging. Beginning as a trainee in 1972, Green has had a diverse career in the graphic arts, including positions in color press operation, prepress, and production management. In 1979, he founded the worker-owned Blackrose Press, a small lithographic printer in London. He has taught at LCP since 1986, conducting classes at all levels from apprentice to postgraduate. He has current research interests in gamut mapping and colorimetry. Green, who has an MSc from the University of Surrey, is the author of a number of other publications, including Professional Print Buying and Digital Photography. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Prepress and Printing Technology, and he also conducts seminars on graphic arts topics and provides consultancy services in color imaging.
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