soloryb

Lives in United States NY, United States
Joined on Jul 16, 2010

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  • I've sprayed and rollered Timeless, and - as you say - spraying takes a lot of additional time for prep and equipment cleaning. For some rag papers, the danger of using a roller is that you can ...
  • In LR > Print Module > Color Management, choose your paper/printer profile (not printer manages colors). Turn off printer manages colors in your printer's dialog box. Then LR will manage colors. so ...
  • Listen to Andrew C. He knows a great deal about canvas printing and mounting. soloryb
  • I remember once having to restretch a canvas that had a corner sag, but that was because I didn't stretch it properly to begin with. Otherwise, I had no sagging issues. When you use the EasyWrappe ...
  • The system works very well - if you use canvas. I've never used it beyond 16" X 24. Once you get the hang of it, the mounting goes incredibly fast. I've had EasyWrappe mounted canvas prints for ...
  • Been there, done that. The short answer is that you can save plenty on the price per square foot - if you buy the rolls on sale. Unfortunately, that's not the only consideration. There's the labor ...
  • Replied in Canon PSP Auto
    Thanks, You were right. The Canon ICC profile is made active in PSP when the media type is chosen and Auto is selected for the ICC Profile. I can see this by using soft proof and Auto for the ICC ...
  • Replied in Canon PSP Auto
    Thanks, OK, I concede. Choosing the Media Type and choosing Auto in the Printing Profile drop-down list does pick the appropriate profile automatically for that media. I set the Printing Profile to ...
  • Replied in Canon PSP Auto
    John, You're reading this all wrong. Yes, you can download both the AM1 file and its associated ICC profile for each of Canon's papers (as well as other manufacturers. The AM1 just has ...
  • Replied in Canon PSP Auto
    I don't think so. See my response to John Hoffman. Do the little experiment. The media type chosen in PSP has nothing to do with the ICC profile. Regards, soloryb
  • Replied in Canon PSP Auto
    I think you mean Media Configuration Tool - useful for automatically dialing in the correct media settings on the printer for each media. Didn't realize that the MCT won't work with a Pro-100. To ...
  • Replied in Canon PSP Auto
    Thanks for getting into all this technobabble re PSP. John Hoffman wrote: "As you know, there are two parts for setting up a print - media type and ICC profile. In PSP the only media types you can ...
  • Replied in Canon PSP Auto
    Upon further testing of PSP: 'Auto' makes a difference. I tried several different papers and I see a color difference using PSP with 'Auto' for the choice in Printer Profile and choosing choosing ...
  • "I guess everyone assumed that you knew to set color management to NONE to use ICC profiles. Magenta color casts are usually due to double profiling, which not selecting NONE is doing." Just a ...
  • Bob, Another fine video from Joe. Thanks for the link. My particular problem is that printing directly from LR or PS (application manages color) results in a magenta cast (stronger in LR) on the ...
  • Thanks, Printing fine art for many years with a variety of WF and MF printers. Monitor profiled and using ICC profiles, etc. Of course, color management set to editing application. This is the only ...
  • Thanks for the suggestions. The magenta cast on the prints is from LR Print module. I can see some much less severe color alterations from PS direct printing, but nothing like the garbage output ...
  • Original .nef files from a D800. The color space is Adobe RGB 1998. soloryb
  • Points to a problem with the Pro-1000, and my setup. I never had this occur with using the old Canon drivers and an ipf6400. soloryb
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