Archives by Tag 'Color Management'

Canon PRISMAsync Version 6: Better, Faster Calibration AND Business Intelligence

Last updated: Thursday, August 23, 2018

by Greg Cholmondeley, Workflow Practice Director Canon has a new version of their PRISMAsync Production Print Server out and it has some noteworthy enhancements. Canon’s imagePRESS and VarioPrint series of production digital presses can be driven by PRISMAsync or EFI Fiery digital front ends and the choice largely comes down to personal preference and whether [...]

What makes RICOH Color Management Different?

Last updated: Tuesday, November 22, 2016

by Greg Cholmondeley, Workflow Practice Director, Caslon & Company Every manufacturer has a color management strategy, right? And they’re all pretty much the same, right? WRONG! I’ve had the opportunity to review several offerings from different vendors in the production space and each has taken different approaches with different benefits and limitations. Some leverage internal [...]

The Color Management Secret I Learned at thINK

Last updated: Friday, October 28, 2016

by Greg Cholmondeley, Workflow Practice Director, Caslon & Company I attended the thINK conference, sponsored in part by Canon, back on the 11th and 12th of October and learned something really interesting about color management and inkjet. Now, it would be difficult to NOT learn something with dozens of educational sessions and hundreds of customers, [...]

A Close Look at EFI’s Fiery Color Profiler Suite

Last updated: Thursday, October 6, 2016

by Greg Cholmondeley, Workflow Practice Director, Caslon & Company Color management is the hot topic in printing workflow solutions this year, so I’ve been looking at several of the solutions out there. Just before Graph Expo I had the opportunity to take a close look at EFI’s Fiery Color Profiler Suite and have created a [...]

Canon Simplifies Color Management

Last updated: Thursday, April 21, 2016

by Greg Cholmondeley, Workflow Practice Director, PODi and Caslon & Company Color management shouldn’t be as complex and time-consuming as it is. At least I don’t think it should in a world of ubiquitous computers and “apps” for just about everything. However, the sad facts are that conforming to the various G7 standards typically involve [...]

Avoiding color shift across the space-time continuum

Last updated: Monday, September 8, 2014

OK, I’ve been watching too many Star Trek reruns, but there still is an industry-wide challenge with maintaining color consistency across space (devices and locations), time (day to day and shift to shift) and even a third dimension: people (multiple color managers). How do you do this in a way that is efficient and cost-effective [...]