Spring 2012

Spring 2012
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Why did LR6 soft proofing thought some colors were out of gamut even if they turned out perfect?

I have a calibrated wide-gamut monitor (Dell UP2414Q) and I use it with Windows 10 and Lightroom 6. I wanted to print a photo with a Epson R3000 not installed locally, so I copied the ICC profiles of ...
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Soft proofing without physical printer in LR6

I've decided to print out one of my photos with a plotter. So to make sure I will get the right colors I've asked in the print shop what printer and paper are they using so that I can soft proof in ...
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Why is my RGB to CMYK conversion causing a “dull” print?

My black & white photobook looks quite dull out of print. I think I am misunderstanding RGB → CMYK conversion. The process for me was RAW to TIFF to Scribus (open source publishing tool) to ...
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What do the first RGB numbers represent when softproofing with Before/After view in Lightroom

I have an image in Lightroom I softproof it sRGB and then hover over a whitish area of the image it shows R 231/ 200 G 231 / 206 B 231 / 205 . So I'm assuming the first figure of each pairing is the ...
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Does Soft Proofing to a different profile modify the actual photo

Am I right in thinking the difference between using Soft Proofing to a different colour profile (in Photoshop for example) and just changing the colour profile is that with Soft Proofing use of the ...
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Why does Photoshop list more .icc profiles than Lightroom 5?

Why are more .icc profiles showing in Photoshop than in Lightroom? Specifically, I'm trying to soft proof my image to the FOGRA27Coated profile to match the profile used by my printer company. I'm ...
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How can I simulate the final effect of a framed, printed photo?

For the first time, I'm going to print a few pictures in the 90*60cm format (about 35*23"). I have a choice between different kind of process (=printing + framing), including different kind of papers ...
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Save soft proof preview to file

Is there any way to save the soft proof preview (Ctrl+Y in Photoshop CS 5) to a file? Important: The simulation of paper color must be included! If not in Photoshop, is there any other software able ...
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Lightroom soft proof - intent perceptual or relative?

The description is that you set the same in softproofing and the printer. But what if you are not printing but sending to a "make your own post card" service? Is there a general rule of thumb you can ...
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What is the use of printer profiles when softproofing?

I am trying to get a grasp of the world of color management, and the more I read the more I get that this is no picnic indeed. I believe I understand that the purpose of calibrating and profiling ...
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Have inkjet prints surpassed chemistry-based paper prints in terms of color gamut?

I occasionally send files to a print lab (WHCC) when I need prints larger than I can make at home (Epson R1900). They use a process where they expose the image from a digital file onto chemistry-...