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FLEXO Magazine : August 2011
SponSorS/exhibitorS Chromix, inC. matthewS brand SolutionS 20 FLEXO august 2011 www.flexography.org theDif f e rence! Experience and president of the software company Chromix. Chromix provides a phenomenal set of tools specifically aimed at color management and image fidelity. As flexography competes globally with other print processes, programs like ColorThink and Curve2 have become essential to calibration and pro- cess control. It is Steve’s software that links everything Samworth will be talking about to what Al, Robb and Jay are trying to imple- ment. Steve is unique in that he not only can talk about color management at a strategic level, but he can delve into the smallest detail from ICC profile structures to what color infor- mation gets loaded onto the video card. No matter how much you know about color management, after listening to Steve you will know much more. Another software tool, almost as well known as ColorThink, is Adobe CS5. While many of us use Illustrator, PhotoShop and the rest of the CS5 suite of applications on a daily basis, how often do you think to yourself; “I really need to get some training.” I bet there is so much about these programs that I just don’t know. ” With that in mind, we will be offering an entire session devoted to Adobe CS5 Tips and Tricks. Kelly McCathran is an Adobe Certified Trainer. She knows Adobe CS5 inside and out, but most importantly, she is a wonderful speaker. I met Kelly about four years ago and I thought, “If I ever get the chance, I want her to speak at the FTA.” T his ses- sion alone will be worth the price of admission. KeY taKeawaYS promiSed Richard Black will be the first speaker of the conference. He is one of those speakers who just does a great job time after time. He will be talking about tools to help you control spot colors on press. Considering the topic, I thought he should follow Samworth, but that would just be cruel.