Wow, just think about how big the bluffing was without mentioning a word about this. Did you catch the words about R200s all over the swift stores? Why praising such wonderful printers on one hand and saying they are all over the swift stores on the other? I happen to have a R300. I swear to god it is another that belongs to a swift store. A Canon ip3000 beats it both hands down any time. I was given a R280 too that is supposed to be superior because it uses Claria ink. My friend finished less than one set of OEM cartridge then gave it up to me. What a great R series Epson printers they are.lolopr1 said:you said "Soft proofing alone does not make it happen" it's an important part in the process of getting accurate colors.
Anyway, color management is a big deal. Hope you see that I am not bragging about it. We don't need any of that. What we need is a way to make our printer print better or more accurate colors that match reasonably close to the colors of the original image. Try to understand that this is not achieved by soft proofing. Bragging about how big a deal soft proofing is does not give an answer to the question about how to achieve this goal. I hope nobody takes my challenge to this thread personally. If you have any question about my point please point it out but don't say blinded by light.