How to get prints that are like what you see on screen

Started Feb 19, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: calibrate your images, too
In reply to MarkInSF, Feb 25, 2013

A lot of things can be off.   Monitor calibration. printer, ink, paper used, color space the picture is in and software used for printing.   Even with calibrated monitor, a photo-dedicated Epson printer, genuine ink and 5-star Epson paper, trying to print direct from LightRoom often resulted in horrible, greenish results.   Turned out to be a driver issue, something about 64-bit driver used  by LightRoom getting overriden, etc.    When I open same image in Photoshop CS6 and print from there, the results look perfect.   Even though CS6 supposedly uses same driver.  Go figure.

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