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Re: Understanding the Color Managed Workflow


Even when printing with Epson ABW, the results are better with Adobe 1998.

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martinimages wrote:

This is a good listen and might tell you Simon about the colours in ProPhoto causing problems with certain files





thanks Martin , don't know how I missed this before
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Even when printing with Epson ABW, the results are better with Adobe 1998.



The reason for this is because the ABW driver has been engineered to produce a more neutral response curve when you feed it an image which is Gamma 2.2 encoded which Adobe 1998 is.

If printing direct from Lightroom which is Gamma 1.8 encoded you need to change thew tone settings in the ABW driver



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