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Goldcrest Soho Partners with Narduzzo Too and Adopts LightSpace CMS

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Simon Ray
Goldcrest Post has teamed up with Pinewood-based color grading facility Narduzzo Too, after high demand at Narduzzo Too’s existing facility prompted need for expanded services.

As part of the expansion, Goldcrest Post has adopted Light Illusion’s LightSpace CMS color management system to guarantee facility-wide color calibration, matching the color management workflow already in place at Narduzzo Too, Pinewood, and at Goldcrest Post’s, New York facility.

“With LightSpace CMS already well established within our NY facility, as well as at Narduzzo Too, Pinewood, we knew LightSpace CMS would prove not just to be the best product, but we would gain exemplary support from Light Illusion,” said Simon Ray, Goldcrest’s head of operations and engineering.

In addition to installing LightSpace CMS with an X-Rite i1 Display 2 OEM probe, Goldcrest Post also contracted Light Illusion to provide consulting services to help set up the new DI operation’s workflow and oversee the initial room calibration.

“It’s always great to work with operations that are striving to provide their customers the best, and therefore demands that from its suppliers,” said Steve Shaw, CEO of Light Illusion.

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