Tag Archives: Wide-Format Graphics

Bringing photography to the public

Each May, an increasingly wide variety of digitally printed wide-format graphics are installed in public spaces throughout Toronto to help expand the reach and visibility of the city’s annual Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival from indoor galleries to outdoor environments.

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Modular structures for outdoor displays

The most important goal when designing trade show booths, pop-up stores and product ‘activation’ events is to capture attention and attract walk-up visitors. Marketers spend months and dedicate significant budgets to planning these display structures. One trend that is assisting their efforts is the availability of versatile, outdoor-durable modular structures.

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Troubleshooting calibration for colour management

In the early days of colour management, vendors of calibration software and devices did not always deliver on their promises of producing better colours with greater predictability. Everyone had different approaches to the emerging field, developing their own ‘secret sauce’ in the hope they could corner the market. Today, however, this is no longer the case. Colour management helps sign companies, print service providers (PSPs), photographers and advertising agencies better control the reproduction of colours from input devices, such as cameras and scanners, to output devices, such as wide-format inkjet printers.

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