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Print Precision: Color Management Part Two

“You’re better off making a new profile than re-linearizing, as that doesn’t solve color problems.” (Adams) Color is an essential aspect of printing. Managing it and ensuring it’s correct can be a challenge for operators. Ideally, print companies want high-quality color profiles that are accurate while also keeping ink costs down. Mike Adams, an expert Read more

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Drone Attorney and Industry Consultant Launches His Own Company
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Host Raymond Hawkins discovered that despite lacking formal leadership training, Cy Wakeman, President & Founder of Reality Based Leadership, has written a plethora of books in the leadership genre. As a former counselor in human psychology, Wakeman revamped traditional leadership views. She explained, “I saw the world from a viewpoint of shared Read more
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