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> > > >So I guess I'm looking at a CMYK-CMYK workflow but not necessarily a > >profile-to-profile workflow as the scans coming from my vendor would not > > > >be profiled. > > Find a scan source that offers RGB files w/profiles, or do your own, or play > the blind CMYK game... David's right - find a source who's savvy in ColorSync and profiling and get the scans done in RGB with tagged profile, you then convert to CMYK for prepress and cross render to the Epson for proofing. The Colorsync list is a great place to find them (Check out Tom Moran @ Pro Color) Another workflow - some drum scanners can scan into cieLAB space (D50, two-degree observer) - bring that into Photoshop 5's exact same cieLAB space (D50, two-degree observer) and do a profile to profile transform to one of the RGB working spaces or directly into your CMYK space. Aloha from Maui, Hawaii Joseph Yates ========================================================== EPSON LINKS - http://www.islandartcards.com/epson/epson.html For links to sources of Epson ink refill kits, cartridges, papers/media, archival inks, RIPs and more - 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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