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Epson Stylus Pro 7900 printer

30th December 2008 | News

Epson Stylus Pro 7900

In early December, Macquarie Editions took delivery of an Epson Stylus Pro 7900 24″ inkjet printer. This printer (and its 44″ brother, the 9900) represents a total rethink by Epson, the company that created the market for fine art pigment inkjet printing. Pretty well every aspect has changed from the previous x800/x880 generation and as used by Macquarie Editions. (more…)

Past Exhibitions

30th December 2008 | Exhibitions
Rail Works from "The Shorncliffe Line" - Bronwyn Jewell

Rail Works from "The Shorncliffe Line" - Bronwyn Jewell

The following is the list of exhibitions printed, in whole or part, by Macquarie Editions up to the end of 2008: (more…)

Colour Spaces

30th December 2008 | Technical

Colour spaces are the source for a lot of confusion. This is a rewrite of an earlier explanation and is aimed at practical usage for post-processing and distribution of your images. The intention here is to cover just the important points. Links for more information can be found at the bottom.

A RGB colour space (called Working Space when editing the file in Adobe Photoshop) gives definition to an image’s values (or coordinates) within that space. Both the values (e.g. 255,0,0) and space (e.g. sRGB) are required to define the actual colour. A RGB file provided without specification of its colour space isn’t useful. (more…)