Resource Category: Color Management

Beyond Quadtone: The Purity of Gray

Beyond Quadtone: The Purity of Gray

Epson and Canon created printers that have multiple grays. We built a digital printing technology comprised of Symphonic Inkjet Ink, Symphonic RIP software, and profiling that will allow you to produce perfectly neutral or tinted grays on those printers. This...

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Color Modes

RGB Photoshop’s RGB color mode uses the RGB model, assigning an intensity value to each pixel ranging from 0 (black) to 255 (white) for each of the RGB (red, green, blue) components in a color image. For example, a bright red color might have an R value of 246,...

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Creating a Print Profile for Photoshop

Many photographers and designers use Photoshop to print to an Epson printer instead of using a RIP. Actually, Photoshop is the pass through to the Epson driver, where it is advisable to make a custom profile to produce an accurate print out when you are either using...

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Why Color Management?

This subject is one that has frustrated photographers and print makers for years. We hope to shed some light on the subject and remove any stigma of “black magic”. Everyone knows it’s important, but can you easily learn color management to make...

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