Steve Upton is president of CHROMiX, the Seattle-based firm providing color management products, consulting, training, and technical support to visual content creators in various industries. He is the creator of the award-winning ColorThink color profile graphing and analysis package, the architect of the Maxwell online color management system and co-developer of Curve, the defacto G7 calibration toolset. With years of computing and photographic experience, and a degree in computing science and optics, Steve is uniquely qualified to manage color fidelity in the digital realm.
Sunday, 1:10 p.m. – 2:10 p.m. Bring Your Inkjet Output: Verification and Troubleshooting (Part 2)
In this combo hands-on/demonstration session, you’ll import the data from your printed test form and assess device consistency and accuracy. Get practical instruction on troubleshooting output that is not in compliance, and find out how best to resolve issues. Attend this session and obtain a practical view and understanding of how your devices manufacture color to your expectations.
Download <link to come> this test form with instructions, print it on the output device you’d like to verify, and bring it to this session for measurement and validation.
Sunday, 2:20 – 3:20 p.m. Analysis of Expanded Gamut Printing
Expanded gamut (EG) printing increases the overall range of colors that can be printed when compared to traditional 4-color process printing. But what does that expanded gamut actually look like? Are XCMYK’s higher densities sufficient or are additional orange, green, and violet inks a better path? Which parts of the color gamut are impacted the most? Steve Upton will graphically walk you through an explanation of EG and XCMYK versus just plain old CMYK, where spot colors fit in EG, and how it can affect neutrals and G7® calibration.