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I just purchased Photoshop 5.5 under the belief that its color calibration would be much improved. As everyone has written, this is the most problematic area in all of digital photography. Does anyone have an opinion or solution to getting my Epson prints to look anywhere close to my display color space (without the need for five or so 'test' prints)? --- jlipmanson <email@example.com> wrote: > John: > > My 5.5 arrived yesterday and I have not installed it > yet. I noticed the > same things with the manual but wasn't sure if the > new 5.0 manual was > the same as the old or not. It has a different color > on the spine. > Otherwise, the 5.5 supplement seems to be geared to > the Web use of > Photoshop and ImageReady. I could not find anything > about 5.5 changing > the old color settings and wondered about that. I > sure would hate to go > through the Adobe Gamma process again. I've lost > count how many times > I've recalibrated, between changing systems and > monitors and room > lighting. Did you install on top of the old or in > another subdirectory? > Could not find anything on the install of this > upgrade. Par for the > course. > > J. Lipmanson > > John Nollendorfs wrote: > > > > Has anyone tried out PS5.5? > > > > Does anyone know how to make the RGB set-up the > same as some previously > > saved files with embeded settings? How can you > view or incorporate the > > embeded settings Tobie? > > > > When I installed it, the impression I got was that > it was going to > > incorporate the settings from 5.02--but obviously > it forgot. > > > > Also interesting how they included a new manual > with a new cover but with > > 5.0 on the cover. The User Suppliment, labeled > 5.5, has the additions. > > > > John Nollendorfs > > JN Photography > > Lincoln, NE > > - > > Please do not include an entire message in your > response. Delete the excess. > > http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. > - > Please do not include an entire message in your > response. Delete the excess. > http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. > _____________________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Bid and sell for free at http://auctions.yahoo.com - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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