That is, check with the printer first to see what they want.
On Fri, Sep 23, 2016 at 8:37 PM Pat David <patda...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Don't send CMYK to a photo print shop unless they specifically ask for it.
> The majority of high end US print shops want sRGB for photo prints (not
> books or offset printing - in that case I'd let them do the conversion
> unless you know what you're doing).
> On Fri, Sep 23, 2016 at 8:35 PM Rick Strong <rnstr...@primus.ca> wrote:
>> I would start by buying a monitor colour calibration device like a SPYDER
>> regardless of who is doing the printing, yourself at home or a print shop.
>> Google SPYDER. It's simple to use, fast and accurate. There are others.
>> If you are sending files out to a print shop send CMYK images in North
>> America. The preference in Europe I think is LAB. Check with your printer.
>> Try the US Sheetfed/un-coated profile at home or anything that matches
>> paper and gets you close to your calibrated monitor image.
>> Rick S.
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