GTI Graphic Technology Inc.

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Graphic Arts / Photographic

GTI introduces: The smartest new sensor in soft proofing

April 20, 2012

SOFV iQ soft proofing sensor

This week at the DRUPA trade show in Germany, GTI is revealing a revolutionary new light sensor that will improve the soft proofing process for graphic arts professionals everywhere. The iQ is a wireless light sensor, small enough to fit in your pocket, with cunning calibration technology. For professional photographers, designers, and printers, one of […]

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ISO 3664:2009 : No turning back.

April 10, 2012

We’ve heard a lot of different perspectives debating over the effects of the new graphic arts industry standard versus the usefulness of the old one. But it really all comes down to one issue. UV or not UV? And it shouldn’t be a question. In the fast lane of color management, there are no U-turns. […]

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Color viewing light booths: Don’t try this at home.

March 8, 2012

Substitution is a concept we’re all familiar with, no matter what the situation. You substitute the ingredients in your refrigerator for the ones in the recipe, the shirt from your backseat for the one you just spilled coffee on, or the name of a sweet confection for a certain four letter word when you stub […]

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Put your viewing systems on LiteSupport

February 10, 2012

GTI’s LiteSupport is your color management Life Support! Anyone who manages color has their own horror stories to tell about color miscommunications and project disasters. At GTI, we know how upsetting it can be when costly and time consuming color mishaps occur, especially because of avoidable factors like ambient light or aging lamps. As if […]

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Fashion, fine art, and controlled lighting

November 30, 2011

No, this is not a game of ‘which one of these things doesn’t belong’ (although if you thought it was, you should definitely keep reading!) In actuality, fashion, fine art, and controlled lighting couldn’t go together better. But instead of taking our word for it, why not take the word of a world renowned expert? […]

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