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In a message dated 1/12/00 9:01:08 AM, email@example.com writes: >>In a message dated 1/12/00 2:37:03 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes: >> >>>I noticed that the gamut-warnings were all >>>screaming at me in CMYK space. Cyan was >>>maxed out at near 100%. In RGB space, the red >>>channel was near zero. No self-respecting >>>fan of Dan Margulis would make this mistake. >> >>So you are in RGB, printing to an RGB printer, but using the default CMYK > >>values from Photshop to judge the output? What a crap-shoot! I agree you >may >>have out of gamut Cyans, but this is not an appropriate way to judge them! > > >I think you miss the point, C.D. My first >indication that something was amiss was my >eyes. I've reported the cyan issue in the >last umpteen posts, since I've been messing >with Wizi... Being a big admirer of Wizi >(one can't miss your endorsement at the >Praxisoft site) perhaps you weren't taking >these comments or observations seriously. > >Normally, I don't give a hoot about the CMYK >readings in Photoshop. It wasn't just that >cyan was maxed out, but the R channel in >RGB was near zero, in most of the sky. > >So here I am... with a cyan problem. And >Photoshop is screaming at me with those >out-of-gamut warnings. The tool is trying >to tell me something... maybe I should listen. >Anyway, that's how I took it, and I'm glad I did. > >Odd that you would find fault with this, >but that's not the issue. The *cyan* was >the issue, and now it's blue. Or do you >have a problem with any solution associated >with the name "Dan Margulis?" <GG> > >Bottom line is, with the Epson driver, >un-profiled, I was just plain lucky. The >Wizi profile pushed it over the edge. >Paying attention to the gamut limits >(while sacrificing almost nothing) made >the skies look real again, and make my >Wizi profiles useful. - 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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