FESPA Australia is hosting a three day online colour management bootcamp later this month which is designed to further develop the colour management skills of print professionals, graphic designers and prepress team members.
The new-look colour management courses will be conducted online and have been designed to be as interactive as possible with livestream Q&A sessions allowing for immediate feedback.
To register for the FESPA Australia colour management bootcamp which runs from October 26 to 28, please click here.
FESPA Australia’s certified industry experts in colour management will run the sessions with participants to learn about colour theory and principles, goals of colour management, device calibration, time-tested procedures, newest print standards, spot colours and print verification.
FESPA Australia’s Certified Instructors have all recently completed a three day intensive online training workshop led by Ray Weiss from Printing United Alliance.
John Rumney and Garth Koppel of Celmac will facilitate the bootcamp with John Quixley of Fujifilm and Michael Lithgow of Colourhead also in attendance as certified instructors.
“The goal of these sessions is to develop professionals who understand colour theory and principles and can manage consistent, predictable and repeatable colour on any system they manage,” FESPA Australia president Nigel Davies said.
“The first colour management bootcamp was a big success and exceeded our expectations with excellent feedback from students.
“FESPA Australia believes that our industry benefits when we leverage the technical expertise within our supplier community to educate our members. The Colour Management bootcamps are an example of how FESPA Australia is seeking to further best practice in this area.
“We are very fortunate to work alongside these industry experts who have a wealth of experience gained from many years in the industry.”
To register for the FESPA Australia colour management bootcamp please click here.
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