I have a significant discrepancy between my soft proofing view and my print preview in Photoshop.
(Photoshop manages color - match print color checked, paper color checked).
The gamut warning basically blasts out half the image (which is a strong green).
I was under the belief that when you re-edit color in soft proofing view you cannot see any colors you can't print.
Obviously that's not the case.
What am I doing wrong?
Why am I creating colors in soft proofing that are not printable? I using the right paper profile, I have simulate paper color and black point compensation checked...
While re-editing the images's color in soft proofing, I had an original file open next to it (not in proof preview) to see where I was going editing color in soft proofing.
I'm printing with a Canon 9500 Mark II to Ilford Galerie Prestige Smooth Gloss 310 GSM.
I have not yet printed the picture because after this gamut warning my image looks like ground zero. Wherever is this strong, green color, a dull, cold green not even close to the original has been filled in by print preview.
Monitor: NEC PA271W, calibrated through X-Rite i1Display Pro using NEC's Spectraview II, computer Apple MacBook Pro Retina 16GB RAM, calibrated to D65 (I am thinking of calibrating the monitor to a warmer 5750 K, but this can't really be the issue here).