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ColorVision Bundles Adobe Photoshop Elements with Digital Color Control Products

Tuesday, July 10, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

Rochester, NY (July 10, 2001) - ColorVision Inc. (http://www.colorcal.com/) announced today that it will include Adobe Photoshop Elements with its monitor calibration and printer profiling products beginning July 10, 2001. Photoshop Elements will be included with ColorVision's award-winning products, including the Monitor Spyder, with PhotoCal or OptiCal software for powerful color control and monitor calibration, and its RGB Suites which include Profiler RGB software for inkjet printers. Award-winning Photoshop Elements, designed specifically for amateur photographers, hobbyists, and business users who want a powerful yet easy to use digital imaging solution, enables photographers to use both monitor and printer profiles. ColorVision's software works seamlessly with Photoshop Elements to provide users with the same high level of digital color control previously available only with Adobe Photoshop, the world's leading professional image editing software. "With Photoshop Elements, Adobe has done a great job of meeting the needs of photo enthusiasts. By including Photoshop Elements with our most popular products, now users can print exactly what they see on their monitor," said Brian Levey, vice president of ColorVision. "At no additional cost, we're making accurate color management even easier ---- and more cost effective." As sales of affordable multi-megapixel cameras accelerate, photographers are discovering the need for color management. These users, and the photo equipment resellers that serve them, are seeking easy, affordable, and accurate solutions. With powerful tools and an intuitive interface, Adobe Photoshop Elements delivers unique, new features that give users access to many of the same, advanced tools used by graphics professionals. "Whether editing your images with Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, users rely on accurate color representation from both their monitor and their printer," said Kevin Connor, group product manager for Adobe's Digital Imaging products. "By combining these solutions, users have the creative freedom offered by Adobe's award-winning image-editing tools, along with the assurance of consistent color




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