Print centers in my city provide bad quality of photos.
I have a printer calibrator. I would like to adapt my photos to uncalibrated printer in print center.
I feel process is as this:
- print color chart in print center
- use my calibrator to create printer profile for print center
- alter my photos to adapt to that printer profile ("printer-calibrated photos" :)
- print altered photos
Question: How could I achieve step 3? Software? Automate whole batch?
P.S.1 I experienced problems with prints on paper and on canvas. Gamut of printers seems enough but no calibration for printer, printer+medium
P.S.2 I know I could do soft-proofing but I want. If quantity of photos is significant, time could also be significant. And soft-proofing result would be eye-calibrated image. I prefer to use advantages of calibrator I have.
P.S.3 such approach would allow me to use different print centers when needed.
P.S.4 I would keep time between step 1 & 4 minimal - it could degrade quality - ink change, medium change, etc...
P.S.5 I could have no-modification print from print center
P.S.6 My monitor is pretty well calibrated.