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email@example.com writes: >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)? When one installs 5.5 over 5.02, one's color settings (gamma, RGB settting, etc) are kept. I don't think they have changes any part of the color calibration process. If so, they have not mentioned it in the documentation. The masking brushes (and Extraction) take getting used to but are useful in situations where they are useful. The new contact sheet is cool; the art history brushes less so. I haven't gone near ImageReady at all. william - 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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