David Hunter has been helping companies control and manage their color for over 20 years, primarily in the Graphic Arts and Photography marketplaces. He has been teaching the five-day Implementing Color Management Course at the PIA/GATF Graphic Arts Technical Foundation since its inception in 1996, and the Advanced Color Management Course since 1997. He is also the Project manager for the IDEAlliance/IPA Color Management Certification program, the first program available on the Internet to teach and certify professionals on Color Control topics. He was one of the original GRACoL G7 Experts and has been on the GRACoL committee since 2001. David has researched all of the Color Management Profiling software programs as well as all of the measurement devices on the market. He has an extensive background in how all the major desktop and workflow applications work with ICC Profiles and has helped numerous companies implement color control products and procedures. His lectures and seminars are very interactive, with a lot of actual, hands-on practice at building and applying ICC Profiles. If you are attempting to transition to digital color, his seminars will help illuminate the process and help you understand the tools that are available to save you weeks and months of trial and error during your transition. His company, Pilot Marketing Group, is set up to be the G7/ISO resource for consultants and dealers across North America.
Sunday, 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. So You Want to Have a 2 Delta E Tolerance?
Which variables do you need to monitor and adjust for a 2-, 3-, or even 4-Delta E color tolerance? Backed by four years of scientific research, learn the differences, causes, and effects of color reference books, substrate variations, instrumentation, substrate backing, lighting, temperature, and more. Get practical takeaways to assess the influence of each of these variables within your production chain, understand how to manage them, and provide the tolerance your brand can accept.