Definitions for "Colour correction"
The process of adjusting an image to compensate for scanner deficiencies or for the characteristics of the output device.
The process of correcting or enhancing the colour of an image.
Alteration to the colour values of an illustration either by the original photographer using colour balancing filters, or by adjusting the colour scanner to produce the correct results.
Filters which help balance the colour rendition of a scene to match the colour response of the eye. (See CC filters)
The use of colour filters to compensate for the different colour temperatures of different light sources. Important in lighting for TV and film.
Any method such as masking, dot etching, re-etching, electronic scanning, etc., used to correct colours during the origination stages.
Colour Proof Colour Seperations Composition
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Methods of improving colour separations.