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T-RIP 2.0

T-RIP 2.0 Released for Film Output

T-RIP 2.0 Released for Film Output

Introducing T-RIP 2.0 from Scott Fresener. T-RIP is the next generation of our older and popular FastRIP software and the truth is we are the leaders in RIP software. T-RIP 2.0 works with almost any “dumb” inkjet printer – like the Epson 1430 and it makes it print film positives that are a thing of Read More


Final Separation Tweaks in Adobe Photoshop

This article will assume you already have a basic Photoshop channel separation done as Simulated Process Color. The information here is geared moretowards doing final tweaks after you have separated using one automated separation programs that will sometimes give you too many color choices or they might lose fine subtle detail. Even if you do Read More

T-Seps 3.5

Just Released! T-Seps 3.5 for Photoshop CC 2014

This one has been a long time coming and took more work than we thought. On June 18 Adobe released Photoshop CC 2014 and made a major change in how programs like T-Seps work in their Extensions Panels. Prior to CC 2014, Extensions were generally Flash based programs. Starting in CC 2014 Adobe changed things Read More

Color Seps with Scott Fresener

Color Separations in Photoshop with Scott Fresener

 It is almost impossible to tell everything you need to know about color separating in a short article. But, I feel strongly that if I can point you in the right direction and maybe cut through some of the myths and opinions that you hear – that are wrong – you will break out of Read More


Customer’s first job with T-Seps

I have been working with a start-up screen printer in Mesa, Arizona called Group Imaging and they are doing things all the right way. They are a large banner and display manufacturer moving into adding T-Shirts to their product mix. Owner, Jeff Burris is not afraid of buying the best equipment and setting up a Read More


New Computer Graphics Quick Tips Videos

In an effort to do more and more short videos we are now doing Quick Tips videos (less than ten minutes) on key specific topics relating to Computer Graphics and Color Separations. The first three are here and they include:Quick Tip #1 – How to get cleaner and sharper separations by turning off anti-aliasing in Read More


Important Photoshop Display Settings Change – Don’t miss this.

Starting with Photoshop CS4, I noticed that often on jobs that were color separated as a typical “channel separation” that they would not display with “dot gain” applied based on my 30% dot gain settings in the Color Settings window. This is important because if a set of color separations does not display on the Read More