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on 13.12.99 00:30, Jeremy S Scharlack wrote: > I am only assuming that your image is in the printer space (or some close > approximation of it) based on the fact that you said it printed correctly > and that it displayed dark and contrasty in PS5.5. Your image would not be > "tagged" with your printer profile. The only way to tell is to convert > from your printer file to your working profile and see if it looks normal. > I don't know why the images might be in your printer space (I am not > familiar with PS5LE), but from what you describe they sound like they > might be. Just try the conversion. Okay I did a conversion and now we are getting warmer. Maybe then my files are in Monitor Space. They were scanned with a Polaroid 4000. I choose "Electron 19b" in the 'Display Profile' drop down menu. Does this mean any file I make will be in this Monitor Space? And if so why does PS not convert it to ColorMatch when I open it there? I thought that was what the RGB Setup was all about? Thanks for putting me on the right track! David Gordon email@example.com - 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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