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AuthorSubject: Soft Proofing to Monitor   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Charles Beasley
Posted on Wed Jun 11, 2003 2:52 AM

I've been shooting some very saturated products with the 10D and have been
selecting Adobe color space in the camera and in conversions using both Canon's FVU and C1, and the resulting files are tagged with Adobe.

I'm quite sure many of these colors are out of my monitor's gamut (Mit 2070 calibrated/profiled w/ i1 Match.)

When I go to proof setup>Monitor RGB, gamut warning is greyed out.
If i go to custom and select my monitor profile, then I have the option to select gamut warning, and also the option to "preserve color numbers."
If I select gamut warning and check preserve color numbers, the images go unsatured in appearance and no gamut warning. If I uncheck preserve color numbers, the images go back to their "normal" appearance and i get substantial gamut warning.

And somewhere in the back of my feeble brain it seems like I remember reading that the file need to be untagged for this to work in a certain combination of the above.

(I read Andrew's article on softproofing and didn't seem to find it there, and also pages 276~280 in RWCM.)

Which way is the right way?


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