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AuthorSubject: Saturation Plus   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Brock Meeks
Posted on Sun Dec 14, 2003 5:29 PM

I've just been working with my new profile that I had made here.

Using Espon 2200 under Mac OS 10.2.x.

I've profiled the monitor (a 19-inch Viewsonic A95f) using Eye-one software and hardware.

After receiving my profile (which I had done for Epson's Premium Luster paper) I installed in on my computer and printed out a test file from Digital Dog (the one with the woman in pink in the upper left, the well decorated hand in the lower right).

I printed that file with no alteration whatsoever, except to have it printed using the new profile.

the print was very pleasently right on on the money, color wise. the only skewed color was I saw some magenta coloring in the adobe wall that is in the lower left of the test file.

Also, the colors in the print looked darker than on my monitor but the hue was right on (if that makes sense).

So, "well done!" I thought to myself... then I tried printing my own pictures.

Here's the problem: my pictures are ALL coming out too dark (as might be expected from the test file results) BUT they also are coming with all the colors very saturated, as if I've run a color saturation action on them.

My files are worked up in native Adobe RGB color space and originate from RAW files captured with a Nikon D1X and processed into TIFFs using the third party program MacBibble.

Any suggestions?


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