What happens during color management?

Profiling of the input and output devices

Consistent application of color management is essential for absolute color accuracy. The calibration of all input and output devices ensures that from input to digital display to printed version, each template remains identical.

Color management ensures a standardized color behavior . This is achieved through specific configuration of the graphics software and the calibration, as well as profiling of input and output devices.

ICC profiles "translate" the device-dependent color information (RGB or CMYK) into device-independent information (LAB). Thus camera, monitor, printer, etc., all communicate in a universal color language, and the final result remains accurate.