We still offer traditional pre-press services. We can proof your files to all U.S. and International Standards, such as GRACol, SWOP 3 and 5, and Fogra, including the ability to proof Pantone and metallic colors, and proofing onto the actual paper your job will be printed on. We can also produce complete prototypes of all types of packaging. If you need transparencies or slides scanned, we do that too, as well as scanning of flat art with no size limitation.
When our company was founded in 1996, we specialized in providing pre-press services to the printing industry, design firms, advertising agencies and corporate clients. We quickly became known as San Diego's premier source for scanning, color corrections and photo retouching, as well as preparing film and color proofs to industry standards for magazine ads, catalogs, packaging and countless other types of printed products.
One of our greatest strengths over the years has been our skill in working with color and color management, of which we were an early adopter some 17 years ago, and we actually were the first and, during the early stages of development, only beta site for Kodak in the development of their current flagship color management product for the printing industry - ColorFlow. Among other things, this color expertise enables us to match color across different types of output, so you don't end up with color mismatches between your offset printed brochures, digitally printed flyers, ink jet posters, packaging, trade show gaphics, etc.
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