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Re: Fuji Frontier Printing System-Ritz

<x-flowed>At 10:59 AM 8/28/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>>We do not apply any color profiles to image that we receive. We print them as
>   There has to be an increment value assigned to the set of RGB numbers 
> which we call an "image file" or "digital photo" in the printing process.
>   This is effectively applying a color profile to every digital image 
> being printed.

Yea, its called sRGB.   They use a standard profile and I would presume if 
their software sees a profile tag it recognizes, it would use it.  However, 
play it safe and give them sRGB files.

Their employees are not going to set and apply a different profile by hand, 
they send the RGB values to the printer as is and the printer using sRGB 
color space does its thing.


Rob Miracle
Photographic Miracles
203 Carpenter Brook Dr.
Apex, NC 27502

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