Media Street and Ergosoft Studioprint Join Forces
Media Street has announced that ErgoSoft has preconfigured its StudioPrint RIP with Generations G-Chrome Ink for out-of-the-box color accuracy on today's most popular inkjet printers,and is a recommended solution for the professional level photographic workflow, emphasizing the company's dedication to providing the optimum solution package for its customers. By marrying Generations Ink Media with ErgoSoft StudioPrint, the companies claim that photographers will maximize their digital image quality and create the longest lasting digital prints.
Media Street manufactures and supplies a wide range of high quality consumables for photographic and fine art inkjet printing. Their unique Generations G-Chrome pigment-based ink is designed for use with most Epson desktop and wide format inkjet printers. When used with their Generations G-Chrome Photographic and Royal Fine Art papers, image permanence of over 100-years can be expected.
ErgoSoft StudioPrint is a stand-alone application for photography and fine-art reproduction. The company says that commercial and fine art photographers as well as fine art print-makers with demand for high quality prints or layout proofs will greatly enhance their image quality, color accuracy, and print volume with this non-PostScript workflow solution. The RIP optimizes the quality level of Media Street's core products, ink & paper, by maximizing color gamut, shadow detail, tonal gradation and overall image clarity. Combined with desktop imaging software such as Adobe Photoshop, the company claims that users will have a true, fully-integrated digital darkroom, precisely controlling image capture, editing, enhancement, color management and print creation.
Media Street is distributed through the Hasselblad network of dealers. Hasselblad USA currently maintains a competitive retail presence for the entire Media Street product line at photo specialty stores across the U.S. and will recommend ErgoSoft as part of a professional level printing workflow.
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