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Color Management/WorkFlow > Workflow > PS CS "new document" color profile

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AuthorSubject: PS CS "new document" color profile   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Brian McKinlay
Posted on Thu Nov 20, 2003 5:56 PM

Okay, I'm working hard at coming to grips (gripes?) with color management: New Sony Artisan to arrive Tuesday, profile of Epson printer from IR in the works, Bruce's Real World Color Management being digested bit-by-bit (no pun intended).

Question: The "new Document" Command gives me the option of establishing Epson 2000P as a color profile. My printer is a 2000P. At the moment, working on my currently VISUALLY calibrated and profiled monitor, if I copy an image {Adobe RGB (1998)} into a new document using the Epson 2000P profile there is a clearly visible difference on my monitor between the original and the copy, especially in the shadow detail as well as color rendition.

Is this new document image in the 2000P profile a more accurate representation of what I can expect the 2000P to print (i.e. once I have the new monitor and printer calibrated)? Should I make it a routine to work within this 2000P profile if I plan to print the image? In other words, should I make this color profile my working color space for output to this printer? If not, what is the purpose of the "New Document" Command providing this alternative?

The color management CONCEPT is crystal clear, but "the devil is in the DETAILS."


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