Barry Christen

Barry Christen

Lives in United States New York, NY, United States
Works as a Computer support
Joined on Mar 31, 2014
About me:

Photography is a hobby

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  • Sorry for confusion: With absolute colormetric, some of the colors appeared to have a different color or hue. With relative colormetric and perceptual, some other colors appeared a different shade ...
  • Thanks for the reply. The scan is accurate, and matches what I see when comparing the colorchart with it's printout. I didn't realize the texture would play a role in the colors, thinking that the ...
  • Thanks again for the input. Unfortunately, the task at hand is to make accurate reproductions of historic images.  This isn't a case where I'm printing my own images.  I don't have the option of ...
  • Thanks for the reply.  I didn't even think to try these.  I am printing with a RIP server, so I'm not 100% sure where I started.  However, I changed the settings to Absolute colormetric, and the ...
  • I have a scanner calibrated with the Monaco EZColor system, and an Epson 3880 profiled with the i1Publish system. As a test, I scanned and printed the colorchecker proof color table. I think the ...
  • Just wanted to post an update.  Thanks again to all who provided assistance. I opted to use the Overdrive RIP server with it's 'Hot Folder' feature.  We are able to drop files into a hot folder, ...
  • Thanks for all that information. I may try this first. But once I've converted it how do I print it? I assume I would turn off ICM color management in the destination printer first, then use ...
  • Thanks for your reply. We do intend to stick with one paper size. We have 4 printers and their use is essentially dedicated to the media they contain already. We just want to allow everyone really ...
  • Thank you for your reply.  We do have Photoshop, so perhaps I can investigate this.  Photoshop itself is a little expensive to dedicate to this job, but perhaps in the long run it will be reasonable.
  • Thank you for your reply.  RIP software like PC Overdrive from www.overdriverip.com will do what we want, but it costs $800 per printer.  RIP software seems to be intended for large print shops ...
  • I am still hoping that more people will chime in on this topic. As I mentioned, I am researching RIP engines, but it seems like many of these are quite expensive, or they don't offer support for ...
  • Thanks for the reply. I would prefer to use a PC, but Mac is an option. There is no other part of a printing chain.  I want to move a TIF file into a folder, and I want software to grab that file ...
  • Hello all, I have a large number of high-quality processed TIF files of photographs that have AdobeRGB profiles attached. What I want to do is copy these files to a folder, and have them ...
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