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Cathy Brown wrote: >By the way, I presume when you say that you should never choose a generic >printer profile in the PS dialogue, you are referring to the profile named >Epson EX, which is the only available one with the newest Epson driver. >There are no specific choices of paper. The short answer is that for the latest drivers, I don't know. Definitely for the earlier drivers, which shipped with both specific paper profiles and a generic "Epson Printer" profile, you should never choose the generic profile in the *print dialog*. The best results with *any* Epson driver should result from turning off all color matching in the driver (but how to do that can vary by driver version), making a custom profile, and using that in the print dialog popup. That makes Photoshop do a conversion to your custom profile and leaves the Epson driver out of the color matching business. See the chart at www.come.to/digitaldarkroom on the "Printing With Photoshop -- an Update" article. Russell Williams -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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