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I don't know how those of you using stylus rip for the 3000 manage to use quark (if you are on windows, as I am). I couldn't access the stylus rip print path or print to file. But then I got PressReady and am very happy. Just select "print" in Quark and it actually works with the 3000. Fast and the color is great. How have others found this combination? (there must be someone else out there on windows using quark, pagemaker, etc. and the epson 3000).... CDTobie@aol.com wrote: > In a message dated 6/5/00 2:39:25 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes: > > >I created a test picture in Photoshop "by the numbers" using specific > >CMYK recipes contained in standard printers sample books. > >When I print from Photoshop 5.5 the Epson 3000 results are fairly > >close to the industry reference. > >When I save the image as an RGB TIF and place it into an XPress > >document, the Epson 3000 results are much different. > > > >What are the issues involved in this observation? > > Just how did you get this CMYK based image into RGB? That conversion alone > would be enough to through the whole equation off. Ideally you would place > the CMYK file in Quark, already converted for the CMYK space of the output > device, or of the 3000 if you are not proofing. InDesign is a bit more > straight forward for this type of work. > > C. David Tobie > Design Cooperative > CDTobie@designcoop.com > - > * WIN either one of three Digital Cameras or Free Photoquality Prints! * > * http://www.pcphotoreview.com/go.cfm?ref=lebenpr * > * Shop smart! Read product reviews of photo printers and digital cameras * - *Please* turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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