Addressing a print mismatch


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Addressing a print mismatch

If you send an image to the printer and you're not happy with the results, the first order of business is to identify what the problem is, where the shortcoming is. And there are two general sources of problems when it comes to a print that doesn't match what you see. Keep in mind that when it comes to color management, we're not really trying to get the print to match the monitor. That's what we really want of course, but it's not how color management works. Rather we're trying to make sure that the monitor display matches the information contained in the image file and then we're trying to produce a print that also matches that image file.

If the two don't match it means that either the monitor display is inaccurate or the print is inaccurate. In other words, if the monitor display is not accurate, it means that you've been making adjustments based on an incorrect view of the image. If the print is not accurate, then it probably means t...

Addressing a print mismatch
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Addressing a print mismatch provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Optimal Output with Photoshop CS6

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