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Hi Michael I ran into a similar "wild color" situation, not with canvas, but with another kind of textured paper. I cropped the white border down to the nubs (the scanned chart) - and that worked! Hope that's your answer, too Alan -- Alan Babbitt Fine Art Photographer - Web Designer - Film/Videomaker (but not all at once) Photography Website - http://www.abproductions.com e-mail - email@example.com voice - (415) 485-1688 Fairfax, California > I'm trying to profile a canvas substrate that's giving Profiler RGB fits. > Portraits printed with this canvas result in wild colors. My take is the > texture in the canvas has thrown off the profiling function. I tried > blurring the calibration chart which resulted in some improvement. The skin > tones came out great (as opposed to yellow/green on an unblurred calibration > chart) but the hair and background, both dark, are way off. > > Anyone found a way around this? > > Michael Plack - 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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