René Damkot wrote in post #8393468
What paper / profile?
if you post / mail the profile, I could post a screenshot of the softproof tomorrow.....
I don't use profiles, just Color Controls in the windows printer driver. I've always had great results using it, so my print settings isn't the issue because I've always had prints matching my screen in the past.
tonylong wrote in post #8393604
When you say your image doesn't look warm enough, it looks like it looks that way here too. You say your image is in the AdobeRGB color space? If it is in the AdobeRGB space it won't look right in a non-color-managed viewer, and possibly some printers.
Are you using a color profile enabled browser? If not it'll view in sRGB looking flat (like my prints are coming out in sRGB)
Lazuka wrote in post #8393487
I'm sure a lot of people would love to help you out with the processing, but you don't have image ok, i don't know how you are about that
Photo developing isn't the issue since I've always had my prints match my screen in the past.
But it seems like it might be my printer driver not printing Adobe RGB like I'm telling it to. In PSE 5 for "color settings" I can click on options that shows Adobe RGB (looking correct) or for sRGB (looks like the print will dull flat colors). The image I have open changes as I select different color options. But I haven't messed with these settings so maybe I need to re-install my printer driver.
"color controls" in the epson printer driver has settings for "epson standard", "epson vivid", and "adobe RGB" and I've always chosen Adobe RGB but it doesn't seems to be printing Adobe RGB. All very interesting and frustrating.