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AuthorSubject: digital rebel to 2200   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Mitchell Reuben
Posted on Thu Nov 13, 2003 9:45 PM

I just purchased the digital rebel and have a problem regarding printing out to my epson 2200. My workflow is to (1) import the image(large jpeg) into PS 7 (2) Since the camera file is sRGB I convert it to my PS workspace which is Adobe RGB. (3) Make a levels adjustment layer to improve tonality (4) set up a softproof of the 2200 luster paper profile which so far look fine with the preview box on. When I close out of the softproof box the image color become grossly distorted (magenta cast and posterized. The same thing happens if I do a levels adjustment and then go to image-convert to profile. If I first convert to the printer profile directly after bringing the image into PS the conversion is fine, but if I then make a levels adjustment I find that I can only do minor changes without causing serious color issues.

Is my workflow appropriate or am I misssing something?


Are adjustment layers less forgiving when you using printer profiles?


Thanks, Mitch











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