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> > Date: Sat, 08 Jan 2000 14:46:26 -0600 > From: "Hans Staartjes" <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Subject: Re: views on color sync > > I am trying to get to grips with this. I just downloaded Color Sync Plugins > from Apple to put in the Photoshop 5.5 plugins folder. After a restart, the > plugin appears under Filters and Import Export. Ist attempt at it with my > Stylus 700 and an image I had on the hard drive, colorsync enabled in > driver, Epson Standard profile highlighted: terrible! BUT matched the screen > too! Let me explain: I had an existing image that looked good onscreen I > pulled down the color sync filter, the image turned into an oversaturated > yellow- and this is exactly what printed out! > > any experiences with color sync and how to "straighten" it out appreciated. > > Hans Hans, While I can not write a treatise on color management / colorsync here in a few words, this will fix your problem: Select "no color adjustment" in the epson driver. Set the "space" box to rgb color. Your screen will look funny, but your prints won't. Don't save you images after applying the printer profile in the colorsync filter, save before. Read the photoshop manual carefully to learn about this stuff. It took me a while to figure it all out. Go to Andrew Rodney's web site at http://www.digitaldog.net/ and download instructions on using colormanagement with photoshop 5. Buy a good book on photoshop till you learn all this stuff. By the way, you don't need the colorsync plug ins with photoshop 5 and above. Photoshop can do it all by itself via Profile to Profile command. -bruce - 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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