PeaNut 4,068 April 2000 Posts: 10,438 Layouts: 214 Loc: Aussie in SC. USA
Posted: 2/13/2013 1:07:15 PM
I have been having odd and off color prints lately for about the last 3 or 4 weeks. Not a clue why.
I'm currently using PS CS2, prints set to photoshop manages color, perceptual, sRGB.
I decided to try a websters pages download today and it printed it out very nicely, but my photos, look dreadful. A dull greyish cast over them. Anyone have any idea what is happening? Its so frustrating.
PeaNut 18,334 July 2001 Posts: 38,143 Layouts: 15 Loc: State of cultural confusion. Yeehaw and Aloha have collided!
Posted: 2/13/2013 5:32:34 PM
Check to see what color space your camera is shooting in. Editing/printing in sRGB but shooting in RGB can cause issues. Or being set up the other way. You need all devices from camera, monitor, printer using the same color space.
PeaNut 385,172 July 2008 Posts: 381 Layouts: 16 Loc: Kansas
Posted: 2/13/2013 6:53:11 PM
Often times digital images have a haze. You can find defog actions to get rid of it, or you just bump the contrast a little bit.
I have a great printer and home, but I also know that I have to lighten my photos a bit to get them to print bright enough on my printer....
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