Setting Up Photoshop Lesson Plan
Adobe Photoshop is the de facto professional imaging software that most professional photographers use. If you are working on an image that has been scanned as a TIFF file, whether your own or someone else's, or you are needing to do advanced adjustments to an image to ready it for fine art printing or some other specific output, then you need to make sure that Photoshop is correctly set up. Graeme Cookson does just that in this course.
Note that Peter Krogh's Workflow modules will teach you a workflow using Adobe Lightroom which is the preferred tool for non-destructive image editing, particularly if you are taking images in raw.
Ensuring consistency in colour right down the production line is what colour management is all about.
Colour work space
Colour work space determines how rich the colours you are capturing are. It is important to understand as it makes a difference in terms of the correct settings on your camera and in your imaging software.
Which tools to use
If you are working in Photoshop, then it is helpful to know which tools are most useful to ensuring that you work with your images in a controlled way, enhance them, but don't do them any damage.