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AuthorSubject: Test print paper profile   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Chris Corsmeier
Posted on Thu Dec 11, 2003 2:27 AM

Some puzzling questions for me - though simple if you know the answers.

Here we go -

When printing out the test print for a paper profile does it matter if Colormatch RGB or Adobe 1998 is selected as the working space in Photoshop? Is one preferable to the other? I've been told to pick US PrePress defaults - though this doesn't exist (as far as I can tell) in Photoshop6. Any opinions?

I'm printing the profile onto Hahnemuhle photo rag paper using a Epson 1280. As this isn't an option in the media setting of the 1280 print driver I'm wondering if anyone has any recommendations on which setting to use? The profile from Inkjet Mall that I've been using requires that epson film be selected to produce optimum results. Someone suggested that I guess, though the advice in a previous post to print the Ink Density test and pick the setting that visually produces the best separation of the color wedges seems like a better bet. Does anyone out there have any experience with this printer paper combo?


Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks


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