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IWC Doppel

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icc colour profiles and soft proofing
« on: April 03, 2013, 05:42:29 PM »


I prefer matt fine art papers to Baryta/gloss etc and print mostly on B&W. I do however print in colour occasionally and have spent some time experimenting with papers. After some advice from online papers I have bought some Museo Max, and so far I can't see nay real advantage over some of my other papers, early days. BUT when I look at images for colour Gamut, museo max is low in comparison to epson Cold Press and HFA museum Etching for example. Are these indicators a complete waste of time regarding icc profiles ? (I have seent he digitagog videos and appreciate the potential benefit of not adjusting in LR to deal with the out of gamut 'red') But either I have been 'had' or Museo Max and LR4 don't talk the same language ?!


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Re: icc colour profiles and soft proofing
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2013, 09:39:11 AM »

Depending on how the profile was made and how the profile gamut is evaluated, the gamut plot can tell you little about how to select a paper.
Andrew Rodney
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