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May 16, 2014 15:51 |  #31

I have to say that I use a Canon i9900 for color and an Epson 3800 for B/W and all I do is print. I may fool around with the image a little (very little) in Photoshop but that's it. No fancy "color management" or "profiles". Who needs 'em? I've been fooling around with photography since my 35mm B/W days in the '70s so I *think* that I know a decent print when I see one and what I get from those two formats suits me - and suits my friends. Now, I'm certainly not a pro (altho when I was doing dance photography back in the day, I used to sell 8x10 prints to both pro and amateur dancers for $1.00. <g> And I even made the cover of Dance Magazine once with a shot of a Doris Humphry dance.) I guess what I'm saying is to newcomers in the field. Don't be put off be "You have to this or you have to do that." because you don't. Just use some common sense and you'll be OK. Harry




  
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Sep 18, 2014 03:13 |  #32

thanks for this information, this is very usefull




  
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Nov 29, 2015 01:01 |  #33

The PDI_Target_AdobeRGB.jp​g test files at the bottom of: http://www.gballard.ne​t/psd/srgbforwww.html (external link) may help to start out with a "good & normal" file.


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