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Kathe from Denmark

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by KatheL, Feb 14, 2018.

  1. Feb 14, 2018
    KatheL

    KatheL Getting Fingers Dirty

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    Hi all,
    I am a botanical and wildlife artist, I take my own reference photos and like to print them out, but I have problems getting the colours right on my prints. I hope to learn something about colour adjustment here. At the moment I have a Canon IP7250, hoping to learn more before choosing a more modern model.
     
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    stratman

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    Welcome to the forum, KatheL. Hope to see some of your work on the forum.
     
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    KatheL

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    Not sure where to post - my artwork is not printed...I just like to print the photos I use as reference in stead of having them on the screen :) Looking through forum for knowledge on colour calibration of the Canon IP7250
     
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    stratman

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    Start a new thread for your questions about color management. It is a monster topic that volumes have been written about. Some things can be accomplished fairly easily once understood.

    There is a Picture of the Week (POW) thread where you can submit an image. Some are good and some are unserious or comical. Nature photographs are always popular here. We're a friendly bunch and chances are whatever you submit will be a featured winner! OK, we're desperate for user images, but we're still nice.

    Of course the main thing here is printers, so start a new thread and ask away. :thumbsup
     
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    The Hat

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    :hugs :lol: :lol:
     
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    It's Valentine's Day and encouraging POW submissions is my Valentine for @sumi . :love
     
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    As mentioned by @stratman colour profiling is no simple task. Expensive hard- and software and a lot of knowledge is needed. But you might be lucky that a simple correction in the printer driver will do the trick. See this thread.
     
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