From planning to delivery, catalogue production consists of a number of stages that I can help you with. For me, good collaboration between the client and the designer is the key to the creation of a great publication. Services that Artmedia Press offer can be requested individually or as a whole package.
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The foundation for a successful catalogue is the photography, carried out with artistic and technical competence. I use a medium-format digital camera for the best recording of subtle colours and delicate tonal range. Accurate colour adjustment and a colour management system assure consistency in matching your artwork from capture to printed pages. My fully portable and scalable professional lighting studio can adapt to different locations and needs. Image ﬁles are supplied in double copies, high and low resolution, with mirror copies archived for your future use.
My prooﬁng and prepress system is industry standard compliant. Printed colour proofs, ISO 12647-2, will be available for client approval prior to printing.
The graphic design takes into consideration your content, identity and business needs. I apply accurate research, attention to detail and good typography to give shape to your creative vision. It is a clear step-by-step process with sample pages for client approval.
I have a deep knowledge of the most advanced printing processes and can offer cost-effective, high-quality print solutions. In cooperation with a specialist company for printing and ﬁnishing I can meet your needs regardless of the size or scale of your printing project. Using the latest technology and a team of highly trained and experienced professionals, we can work to your deadlines and supply a large variety of printing products to the highest standard. I can offer guidance and advice on the best materials and ﬁnishing to suit your printing project. Furthermore, the entire printing process, from plate-making to offset printing, is carried out applying the same colour management system that started with the photography of your artefacts.