A Revolution in Imaging
Now a Partnership in Quality
partnership between the Xerox Corporation and Images II has resulted in
a new method of producing images. Years ago, Xerox invented the process
of copying an image onto paper. In the mid-1980s, they invented a color
copier and later a way to print from a computer. The advancements of the
80s created colorful images, but the quality was better suited for graphs
and charts rather than photographs.
Images II entered into the photographic business in 1974,
distributing quality photographic lab equipment and image consultation.
Our experienced staff of photo and electronic engineers have developed new
and better ways to process images for the consumer. In the early 1980s,
we developed the Creation Station,
a sophisticated system for making graphic presentations. These systems have
been sold worldwide and have been selected by the US military as the standard
for productivity and creativity.
Through years of research, a new system has been developed,
a system combining the power and experience of Xerox with the skill and
expertise of Images II:
Images from any source, such as film, transparencies or computer-generated
files, can be produced at photographic resolution with less cost and without
any of the environmentally harmful photochemical processes. Our system has
no chemistry, no water, no plumbing, no fumes
and the finished prints are coated to protect against the wear and tear
of everyday life.
Negative film. Transparencies. Color. Black and white.
This system can make prints directly from the millions of digital cameras
in use. Package prints for team leagues and church directories, business
cards personalized with individual pictures for less than a dollar a sheet,
greeting cards with the family name and the family picture on the front
and brochures advertising the next upcoming company picnic with color photos
of last year's gala event.
can do most anything!