Napioa - Wind Origins

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To me (US-based tech support for graphic artists), that does sounds a little odd. The number of copies and size of print says big inkjet printer to me and most of those types of printers prefer RGB input as the printer itself will convert RGB to whatever color system it uses internally (which may be more colors than just C, M, Y and K). Technically and in a ...


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DispcalGUI (recent versions at least) will display you recommended error sizes in verification report and will tick samples which are too off. There is not too much one can say about recommended values unless you specify your workflow and final requirements.


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If your monitor is setup for AdobeRGB input it means that you will see pale image if you input sRGB data - like your screenshots depict. It is very unreliable to assume that Chrome is colour managed. Last time I checked it there were bugs about colour management still opened. The image viewer in Windows 7 does colour conversion bad too. The Lightroom is ...


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Starting with the display: If your computer display is not calibrated, you cannot be certain of what you are being shown by your display. Neither do you know what sort of colour space you are attempting to emulate. After calibrating the display, the printer should be calibrated to the identical colour space. The display is so vital that many people fit a ...


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My conclusio after investigations and a lot of trying on my own is, that labs are using Software mostly set to auto-correct the image (e.g whitebalance, tinting). Thats why sometimes images of the same roll are looking different in color cast, depending on how "good" the Software was able to calculate whitebalance etc. Scanning cross processed film at home ...


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You calibrate what you use and you are happy with it. What you cannot do is influence the way everyone else on the web calibrates their own screen. At the end of 2015, ICC colour profiles could not be read by the majority of web browsers. As far as I can tell, the only web browser which is colour aware is Apple's Safari web browser. Probably the only ...


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I have just bought a Canon iP7250 and have set it up to print what I see on my screen using; In the Quick Setup window uncheck Borderless Printing Go to the Main Window and Color/Intensity check Manual and click Set At the bottom of that window check 'Print a pattern for color adjustment' From the drop down choose C M Y and the paper size etc. Print your ...


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Including a white balance card in a test picture of the rug should help greatly (card in same light as the rug). Then you simply click the white balance tool on that card to remove any color cast from the lighting. Apply this correction to all session pictures (in same lighting). This of course assumes all of your lighting is of the same type, no mixed ...


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Using a color reference card, like an X-Rite Color Checker, may be something to add to the workflow if it's not already being used. Having a reference against which you can correct the color values helps with getting the color consistent and accurate, vs. correction via eyeballing. Creating camera profiles with the reference card is also very useful, ...



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