UCSD Color Imaging I – Spring 06
June 2, 2006
If your looking for a 9 week course in digital imaging with an emphasis on color management then check out the University of California San Diego Extension Studies. I teach a course were the recomended reading is Tim Grey’s book “Color Confidence” and we use the Gretag Macbeth i1 Match System for calibration and profiling. Our equipment is up to date with a quad tone print system, Epson 2200′s, and hp Photosmart 8750′s all networked to Dell P4′s. The course is usually 3 hours a week from 6:30 to 9:30 pm. It’s interactive and the students actually build their own ICC profiles to be used with their choice of displays as well as have access to GMB i1 Spectrophotometers where they can build a custom output profile to the media of their choice. It’s an eye opening experience for those who want to best color their device can reproduce. If any of the students read this post I want to thank you for being patient with my schedule. I sometimes wish I had a clone. Also thanks to Annika at UCSD for also being so patient and personable, you make my day.