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The rest of that thought... A digicam has variable lighting conditions, and unless it is being used for fixed lighting studio shots does not have the luxury of being able to use a profile as simply as this. Cameras are now coming with variable white points, so you can set and balance the white point for shooting under fluorescent or incandescent, daylight or overcast skys etc... and maybe this will give enough correction to allow a profile to be more useful than troublesome, at lest for more common lighting conditions, but it will be a month or two before I've tested this. I get a kick out of the web site that wants to print your digital photos for you, and proudly claims to have profles for all the popular digital cameras! Currently non-studio digicam shots are brought into a wide enough space to not clip them, but narrow enough to trust the screen preview (that would basicly mean AdobeRGB) and corrected by eye. No conversion... and if possible avoid any device that lists its color space as sRGB, unless you are working on Windows with a non-color managed editing application. C. David Tobie Design Cooperative CDTobie@designcoop.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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