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Feb 17, 2010 06:08 |  #1

Just took a seminar which explained the importance of turning off Color Management out of the photo printer.

With my Canon 9500 MKII, I just wanted to confirm that this is the correct section within Printing Preferences of which to turn off the Color Management.

I am a novice, and still learning...thus the reason for my question.

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Feb 17, 2010 06:37 |  #2

Select "None".


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Feb 17, 2010 18:45 |  #3

ChasP505 wrote in post #9625874 (external link)
Select "None".

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Feb 17, 2010 22:10 |  #4

Yup... none.
Also experiment with relative colormetric and perceptual modes to see which works best with a particular paper. I presume you are using icc. profiles.


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Feb 17, 2010 23:45 |  #5

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Feb 18, 2010 10:19 |  #6

^ So True... Read it or have trouble.


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Feb 19, 2010 00:48 |  #7

oak3x wrote in post #9625791 (external link)
Just took a seminar which explained the importance of turning off Color Management out of the photo printer.

With my Canon 9500 MKII, I just wanted to confirm that this is the correct section within Printing Preferences of which to turn off the Color Management.

I am a novice, and still learning...thus the reason for my question.

Thanks!

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Feb 19, 2010 08:08 |  #8

gh patriot wrote in post #9638193 (external link)
I had the same question a couple months ago.

It's one of those popular questions that keeps getting asked over and over again. So what does this tell us?

-Canon's print dialog is extremely confusing for both beginners and experienced users switching to Canon from other brands
-Posters are not searching for stickies and related threads before posting
-Or perhaps, someone is insane and asking the same question over and over hoping for a different outcome ;)


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