Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway

Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway
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If you want your web based image to look good on a variety of calibrated and uncalibrated devices, export the images in sRGB and make sure they look good in sRGB (check the result of the conversion or soft proof). You can't make the image look accurate on non-calibrated displays, but if somebody is using such display, their brain adapts to it and they ...


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The more samples / swatches you have the more accurate your device characterisation will be, as a matter of fact X-Rite has the ColorChecker DC for that: http://www.rmimaging.com/information/colorchecker_dc.html X-Rite samples / swatches pigments are fairly stable although their lifespan is usually 2 years, it can be shorter or longer depending how heavily ...


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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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