Adobe Color Space: Not Lovin' It... (Pics)

Started Jun 29, 2004 | Discussions thread
1stAde Regular Member • Posts: 482
I thought I had a rough idea, but that 2nd sentence...

colour profiles I should imagine are an area of confusion for lots of us, and many of us barely grasp the subject. But after reading
" While convertion, intent makes the difference. For some profiles it

is perceptual intent that works best; but with many modern profiles
it is relative colorimetric."

I am thinking of going to process B&W for all my photos! LOL!

Adrian.

Iliah Borg wrote:

(3) If you have a printer such as an Epson Stylus Photo 1280 or any
printer which is supplied with profiles for the various papers you
use then you DO NOT need to convert to sRGB before printing.
Period. However, you MUST let Photoshop do all the color
management and TURN OFF the color management of the printer driver.
If you can't perform the final step then you will probably have to
convert to sRGB (or whatever is recommended for your printer).

"Print with preview" with destination profile set to
printer/paper/ink combo profile.

While convertion, intent makes the difference. For some profiles it
is perceptual intent that works best; but with many modern profiles
it is relative colorimetric.

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