Using Soft Proof to pre-visualize printing


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Using Soft Proof to pre-visualize printing

Welcome back, we have just about completed preparing this file so that we can print it. The last thing that we need to do here is work on the overall color. In order to do that what I'm going to do is navigate to my View pulldown menu, choose Proof Setup, and then I'm going to go to Custom. This will then open up the Customize Proof Condition dialog window. Now, what I'm looking to do here is to simulate the device I'm printing to. In my case, I'm going to choose a profile for the printer that I'll be printing to. In this case, I'm going to be printing to the Epson 3800, and I'm going to choose Premium Glossy Photo Paper profile.

All right, Rendering Intent. I want to choose Relative Colormetric. Now, we have a couple of different choices here : Perceptual, Saturation, Relative, and Absolute, which choice is best. Let's cancel out of this for a moment and go to the slide that I have here, so we can focus in on our Rendering Intents. Now, typically, as a...

Using Soft Proof to pre-visualize printing
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Using Soft Proof to pre-visualize printing provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS4 for Photographers

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Photography
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