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Color Management

How to Write a Friendly and Easy-to-Use Press Release

Cybergrass LearningIn part 4 of our Cybergrass Education Series, we address the concept of a "Press Release." You would think that all publicists and promoters know how to write a press release. After all, that is what they are paid to do. Many, in fact, do not. I would estimate that 40% of what I get cannot be used in the way I receive it. If you want my site to carry your news, make it easy to do so. I always have more input than I run and those items that don't run frequently have nothing to do with the content but rather how it was packaged or presented. I want to help you write better releases and that is the purpose of this 4th article in our Cybergrass Education Series for bluegrass artists and promoters.

Digital Color Management From Input to Output

Cybergrass LearningWith the ever growing popularity of the Internet and the World-Wide-Web, many people are now incorporating digital camera and scanned images into their web pages. They are also being widely used for album covers and other promotional material. This is an interesting area as no two monitors or viewing environments look the same. That is, the appearance of an image on one computer doesn't look the same on another computer. Being that this is the case, how does one know that their image looks correct? Many people just scan in an image and assume that everything is OK. This is usually not the case. In this third Cybergrass part of the Cybergrass Education Series, we address how to get close to accurate color management with your digital color devices.

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