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Watch out CD, people might figure out that they *don't* need dedicated targets to profile their printer ;-) While the Kodak target is pricy, most commercial (not quickprint, mom&pop, kinkos, etc.) printing companies will have a film and/or photo target that you may be able to talk them into letting you borrow (depends on your relationship, of course) for a day or so. Take it home, scan it in, and build your profile around that. With a little judicious 'eyeballing' you can calibrate with some effectiveness. If you are aiming for proofing with an epson, this is a better way to go if you generally use the same printer. Most should be glad to participate; matching as many variables as possible between your system and theirs will also improve their quality, a win-win situation ;-) Cheers - Ann K - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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