This is a complex problem wrapped in a short-ish email...
Is your monitor calibrated and profiled? Did you also generate a profile
for your printer? If not it's not going to be possible to accurately gauge
or anticipate what your prints will look like compared to what you see on
your monitor. :(
On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 8:34 PM James Moe <ji...@sohnen-moe.com> wrote:
> opensuse 42.1
> linux 4.1.31-30-default x86_64
> gimp 2.8.16
> Color profile: sRGB
> Printer Driver description: EPSON PictureMate PM 225 with driver Epson
> PictureMate PM 225, Epson Inkjet Printer Driver (ESC/P-R) for Linux
> I have a Epson PM225 inkjet color printer.
> I have printed images previously with the printer and there was no
> noticeable difference in color. The printer has been not used for
> several months. There has likely been some GIMP updates during that time.
> Currently, when I print an image that has a blue sky, the printed color
> has a strong green tint to it, not really close to the displayed blue
> sky at all. Other images have printed similarly with the green tint.
> I have tried changing ink cartridges. No difference.
> The online manual mentions that the display uses RGB while printing is
> CMYK. It does not discuss what to do there is a mismatch between the two.
> Any suggestions about what may be done to correct the color issue?
> James Moe
> moe dot james at sohnen-moe dot com
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