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At 01:28 PM 6/24/99 -0700, Frank wrote: >The calibration of my system is fair. My scanner/monitor/printer are vert >close to one another but I'd like my epson stylus photo to give me what I >see on the screen. > >I've calibrated (or "characterised my monitor) with Adobe Gamma and I'm >using that profile in Colorsync. >My question is this: for fine-tuning the output, what do you think about >using the Epson Printer-driver controls in >"More Settings" as opposed to fiddling with the monitor or trying to >compensate in Photoshop? Does anyone have a simple solution? I personally run with all-default settings in the Epson printer driver control panel. The only thing I set is the paper type and orientation, and the resolution at "Quality" (vs. "Speed".) I do color correction by the numbers (using the Info Palette in Photoshop) and that seems to give a very nicely balance image on my Epson 700. This is with Photoshop 4; if you're using PS 5, you may need to work differently, and pay much closer attention to profiles, etc. rafe b. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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