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The process of managing color settings on various viewing/output devices (computer monitors, projectors, printers, etc) so that colors appear the same regardless of how an image is viewed.

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Printing Profile Targets Using ColorSync Utility in Mac OS X Yosemite (10.10)

I am trying to print a color profiling target (created with Argyll) using the ColorSync Utility in Mac OS X 10.10. Unfortunately, the option "Print as Color Target" is always greyed out. In some ...
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Lightroom 5 colour profile issue

I have just noticed that lightroom 5.7 exports every jpeg with AdobeRGB profile embedded, no matter what profile I select in export dialog box, Anyone has an idea why?
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Oversaturated colors in Chrome (V43) on wide gamut monitor

I recently bought my first wide gamut monitor (Eizo CS420) and calibrated it using a Spyder4Pro. Everything appears to be working great in Lightroom and Photoshop, and I can finally appreciate the ...
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Preparing/using a camera color profile using IT8 target on Linux/Darktable

In my photo processing workflow I use Darktable to handle the CR2-to-TIFF/JPEG conversion, however I frequently struggle with getting the colors right. As the first step toward correct colors I am ...
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Microsoft Surface Pro 3 for photo editing?

One thing I would like to offer at events is to be able to show some of the night's photography on a big screen TV (or two) during the night. The quick setup will be an Eye-Fi Mobi Pro card in my ...
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Raw image looks different in Camera Raw 6.7 than when opened in Photoshop CS5

I know a similar question has been posted before, however, I am now not referring to a preview image, but the same .dng -file first processed to look good in Camera Raw and when I click "Open Object" ...