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> From: Matt Hagadorn > > What image are you using to test? Profiles don't handle saturated color > gradients well. With "real-world" images this isn't a problem. Use the > PhotoDisc target inluded with ProfilerPlus to test your profiles. > Compare the > PhotoDisc prints to your (newly calibrated) monitor. I don't see a PhotoDisc target on either the ProfilerPlus or the OptiCAL disc. Is there somewhere else I can get this file? > ... once you have a good profile you don't have to do the > iterative adjustments anymore, and you can use accurate soft- > proofing to correct for any deficiencies the profile might have with > certain images *before* printing. When I was done with my second attempt at profiling, this time using Premium Luster Photo Paper (which is supported by the 2000P driver), I reprinted the target file. In another message, I explained the deficiencies in this print. However, when I turned on soft proofing, using the new profile, what I saw on the screen looked much less like the print than when I turned off soft proofing. This doesn't really suprise me: if the profile can't instruct the system to make the print look like the screen, I don't see why it should be able to make the screen look like the print, either. -- Ciao, Paul D. DeRocco Paul mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.