Smithsonian Photo Exhibit Printed with EFI and Extreme Graphixs Solutions
Press release from the issuing company
FOSTER CITY, Calif.--Oct. 27, 2003-- Hanging in the Smithsonian Museum are the winners of Nature's Best Magazine's International photo contest. Electronics For Imaging, the world leader in digital imaging and print management solutions for commercial and enterprise printing, and Extreme Graphixs are proud to announce that these winning photos were printed using EFI's Best Colorproof(TM) XXL solution. The photographs are on display at the Smithsonian National Museum through December 7, 2003.
"We are excited that Best Colorproof helped capture the visual beauty of our planet through the eyes of exceptional nature photographers," said Mark Geeves GM of EFI's Best Proofing line. "EFI's Best software products are well known for their proofing capabilities in the printing industry. We are thrilled to show how our technology can also be used for intense, critical production purposes such as the winning photos printed by Extreme Graphixs and Nature's Best Magazine."
"When Nature's Best Magazine commissioned Extreme Graphixs to print the winning photographs we were confident that EFI's Best Colorproof solution would be able to meet their rigorous demands," said Mark McCall, President of Extreme Graphixs. "EFI's Best proofing solutions sets the industry standard with powerful features that enable users to control high-end color profiles accurately and efficiently."
Best Colorproof is a world-renowned proofing solution that easily fits into professional digital inkjet workflows. The sophisticated color management features combined with the Best custom printer drivers enabled Extreme Graphixs to proof on production inkjet printers with high fidelity, color accurate output. Powerful features include ICC profile support to meet the customer's highest expectations and the new Best LinTool utility for linearization and relinearization of output devices.
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