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AuthorSubject: Settings to Print Profile Target   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Arnie Milowsky
Posted on Wed Jun 11, 2003 8:16 PM

Just want to make sure I get this right (the first time <g>)...
I use PS 7, Mac OS 9.x, and have an Epson 2200. I'll be printing the targets on Epson Premium Semigloss Photo paper.

My normal workflow for a photo in PS is to open image, and tag with Adobe RGB98. I manipulate the photo, and then before printing, I convert to the printer profile I use for that paper (i.e. SP2200 Premium Semigloss_PK). In the printer dialog box, the document space is Document: SP2200 Premium_PK and the Printer space is Same as Source. I then set the paper to Semigloss, and set mode to custom, and then under Advanced, set Color Management to No Color Adjustment.

The instructions with the profile targets say no management, so my understanding is that I should bring the targets into PS and leave them untagged. I make no manipulations other than to upsample to a resolution of 300 dpi (what I normally use). In the printer dialog box, the document space is Document: Untagged RGB, and the Printer space is Same as Source. I set the paper to Semigloss, and set mode to custom and under Advanced, set to No Color Adjustment.

To use the profile that I get back; after putting it in the ColorSync Profiles folder, I follow my normal workflow, except that I will convert to the profile that has been generated, and then proceed as before.

Hopefully, this is where you say...yes, I have it correct <g>

Thanks
Arnie


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