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Anthony Sanna Wrote: > > > >>and the "Print Space" has been set at "Same As Source". It > just occurred > >>to me that maybe this should be set to "Printer Color Management", since > >>the Printer Color Management is set to "No Color Adjustment". > > > >Printer color management is for sending the source space info on to the > >drive, but since you are not doing a profile conversion at the driver > >(advanced settings) then you don't need to use this setting. > > That's my point. To profile the Epson, don't you want to send the data > to the printer's driver with no changes taking place? So sending the > test file as "Untagged RGB" to the Epson driver which has been configured > to leave the data unchanged before it gets to the rip, should be the way > to print a test target page for profiling. To put the Epson driver in a > null state, how should the options be set? For printing your profile target, you are correct. There might be some confusion as to whether you were asking about settings for *creating* profiles, or settings for printing *after* you've made your profiles. I was certainly confused. > > I had been using "Advanced: No Color Adjustment", and "Source Space: > Document: Untagged RGB", and the "Print Space: Same As Source". I have > always assumed that with this setup the color numbers are unaltered. Is > choosing "Print Space: Printer Color Management" instead just a belt and > suspenders setting since "Printer Color Management" has been turned off > in the "Advanced" dialog. Again, for printing your profile target, you are correct. Once you've made your profiles, your settings in Photoshop's print dialog should be: Source Space = Document (which would likely be Adobe RGB) Print Space = <your new profile name> Epson Advaced = No Color Adjustment All the other Epson settings (paper type, dpi, etc.) should be set the same as when you printed the profile target. Matt Bird Photography, Articles, Site Guides www.mhbirdphoto.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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