This article will focus on the digital color management
needs of one specific type of user: the individual digital photographer printing on his or
her own desktop printer. Such a user might be working, for example, to create digital files of reliable color to hand off to a commercial printer of magazines,
books, brochures or advertising. The basic science behind color management, the technologies that make it possible and the practical considerations implicit in the creation of a desktop digital darkroom will all be
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