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PS Softproofing and printer dynamic range

Yachtsman

Salisbury, UK
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Yachtsman Registered since 10th Jun 2006
Thu 08-Nov-07 11:02 AM

Even though my Epson Stylus Photo 950 is hardly cutting edge these days, I am getting frustrated because it often prints a larger dynamic range than Photoshops softproofing would have me believe.

Is there any way round this?

Here are my standard softproofing choices:

Profile: A custom made profile made for me to suit the particular paper, generally Epson Premium Glossy 255gr.

Intent: Perceptual

Both Black Point compensation and Simulate Paper White are ticked.

Interestingly, its better with some images than others. I have not got my head round that at all. By the way, I'm using Photoshop 7, which is hardly cutting edge either. A bit like me in fact.

Richard

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