Many thanks to you, Chris and Jeff for a great series with Camera to Print!
I am a watercolor painter who uses a flat bed scanner, my Mac, EZColor and an Epson 7600 to reproduce my paintings in limited edition giclees. (I know, you don't like the term giclee but go to any major fine art publication and I'm sure you'll see that it is consistently being used to describe art reproductions.) Reproducing the colors in my paintings is not easy to say the least. It can cause me to pull out what's left of my hair with each attempt.
Your entire series is excellent but I, apparently along with others, found the soft-proofing segment to be of great interest. It will go a long way toward speeding up my workflow and increasing the accuracy of my reproductions.
Oh yeah, I do photographs too and the LL website along with your video tutorials and journals have been extremely helpful with my photographic efforts.
Now, how about a workflow tutorial taking an example image or two from Camera Raw/Lightroom to soft-proof? You and Jeff could analyse each image in terms of what is needed to get it to the print stage. How about it?
Thanks again for the Camera to Print series. I think every photographer (reproducers of watercolors too) will find a great deal of information to assist them in creating their favorite image .... the next one!
PS - I have my fingers crossed hoping for good fall color here in the Smokies!