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Lawrence you really hit the point, That's precisely why I am started to supply my service to other's, because I finally got fantastic control over my own colour management workflow. I simply make the measurements, use different settings, try different options (like filters, degrees Kelvin, papergrey or preserve grey etc.and actually all options I can use are very close or spot on. Finally. Regards, Udo J. machiels Atmos Design UK on 8/2/02 8:35 pm, Lawrence Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > Matt, > > You know what's worse? Spending $500 on 5 profiles for your $500 > printer. Then doing it again every time you get new(different) inks or > you get a new printer. I have thought more than once about spending the > 5 or 6K myself and building my own, then offering the service to others > as well to help recoup the investment. That what I am doing with my > drum scanner. I get great scans for my own work and sell great scans to > others in my area... > > Lawrence > http://www.lwsphoto.com > > > > >> Yes, if you spend upwards of $5,000 you will get a good >> profile (though it still might need a little whitepoint >> editing). However, the logic behind profiling a $500 printer >> with a $5,000 piece of hardware is a little suspect. >> >> Matt >> >> ===== >> Bird Photograpy, Articles, New Jersey Site Guides > http://www.mhbirdphoto.com email@example.com > > > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. > > - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.