I'm at my wits end.
Operating system: Win2K, 1GB RAM
Epson 7600 with Ultrachrome inks
Image mode: AdobeRGB
Profile: 9600 EnhMatte EM1 Std v2.icc (Atkinson for enhanced matte)
Relative Colormetric, Black Point Compensation
Proof colors on
At this point, the image displays just fine and looks great.
Print with Preview settings:
Source space: Document Adobe RGB
Print space: 9600 EnhMatte EM1 Std v2.icc
Relative colormetric with black point compensation
No Color Adjustment
Enhanced Matte Paper
High Speed Disabled
Super X ON
All images are printing overly dark/contrasty and oversaturated to the red.
They all display fine with soft-proof.
They all print just fine if the standard Epson drivers are enabled.
The problem arises only if I am trying to use ANY of Atkinson's profiles or any profiles that I have created.
Double-proofing looks like the culprit -- but I've ensured that the settings are correct -- I think. Perhpas I am overlooking something?
I thought I'd ask before reloading Photoshop from the ground up!!
Thank you very much.