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Example 2 - Using ColorSync Media Profiles (Mac OS)

Again, the image should be in a Photoshop Working Space such as ColorMatch, Adobe RGB (1998), BruceRGB, etc.

 

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Photoshop 6 Print Dialog Configuration

 

  • Choose the media type (I show Photo Paper).
  • Select Printer Space Pop-up menu and choose an "ColorSync media profile". These will be supplied by Epson (only supplied with Mac drivers) or created by yourself or professionally.
  • Select Perceptual as the Intent.
  • Choose Custom Mode.
  • Select Advanced, the following dialog appears.
  • In Color Management choose "No Color Adjustment" mode.
  • Select your preferred Print Quality setting.

 

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Epson Advanced Settings Dialog (Mac OS) - Custom Profiles

 

Example 3 - Epson Recommended Automatic Settings (PC Windows)

As with the previous example, the image should be in a Photoshop Working Space such as ColorMatch, Adobe RGB (1998), BruceRGB, etc.

 

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Photoshop 6 Print Dialog Configuration - (PC Windows)

 

  • Ensure that the "Document" radio button is selected.
  • Select Print Space: Profile Pop-up menu and choose "Printer Color Management". This ensures that the correct profile for the image is embedded into the image file and that the printer will carry out the correct colour space conversions.
  •  Select "Setup", shown with blue boundary.
  • When Page Setup dialog appears select "Properties", the following dialog appears.

 

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  • Choose the Media type (I show Photo Paper).
  • Select Custom followed by Advanced, the dialog shown on the following page appears.

 

 

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