why do photos need color correction prior to printing ?

Started Jan 24, 2013 | Questions thread
coder01
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Re: why do photos need color correction prior to printing ?
In reply to Hugowolf, Jan 25, 2013

your answer doesn't make sense with regard to my question Hugo.

if the camera transfers the data it recorded straight and unaltered to my computer, and I make no changes to that data when i transfer it to the printer one would expect if the camera recorded the image properly that the print would look proper. isnt that intuitive ?

one should not have to even look at the computer image, just send straight through, camera to printer, no changes requested/executed in any photo editing software.

the images are always too dark.

there has to be a more comprehensive answer than blaming a monitor as the monitor did not change the photo.

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