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<<From: firstname.lastname@example.org : Could somebody explain how to set up Photoshop, Photo EX printer in order to get on photo paper what I see on monitor (a Win 98 system). I used Adobe Gamma to calibrate my monitor as carefully as I could, followed both manuals by the letter and the prints I'm getting are good enough to make my granny happy. Neither Automatic nor Advanced/ICM, with Printer Color management off in PS's Print dialogue box, produce acceptable prints (they are washed out and without blue in Automatic mode, dark and awash in blue in Advanced/ICM). I don't own an EX so I can't speak with any certainty but the first question I have is...we are talking PS5.02 here aren't we? Second...what do you have your RGB profile set for...I use Bruce Fraser's suggestions (see www.pixelboyz.com there is a pdf you can download with a discussion and suggested settings). The settings I use for my 700 are as follows: PS5.02, monitor characterized/calibrated using Adobe Gamma (using manufacturer supplied profile as a starting point), RGB profile = Bruce Fraser's suggestions. When printing: 'space=epson 700', UNcheck pcm, choose appropriate paper on the epson side (I use the new photo paper), custom>advanced choose microweave=super, ICM Hope this helps... Terrie email@example.com - work firstname.lastname@example.org - home -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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