On Sunday 19 February 2006 1:04 pm, Paul Waldo wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am evaluating gimp on linux as a replacement for Photoshop on Windows.  I
> am currently using Photoshop/Windows primarily for the color management
> capabilities.  I have tried printing from gimp to my Epson Stylus Photo
> 1280, with horrible results--the colors are off by a significant amount. 
> System specifics below.  Does anyone out there use gimp for serious
> printing?  If so, please let me know your workflow and how you achieve
> color fidelity. Thanks in advance!
> Paul
> Running:
> Kubuntu Breezy
> gimp 2.2.8
> gimp-print 4.2.7
> Epson Stylus Photo 1280

The most obvious issue I am having is that medium shades of gray have a green 
cast.  The cups test page's color wheel generally looks OK, except the white 
and black wedges.  The White wedge starts with what appears black in the 
center, then fades into a light green color towards the middle, then is white 
at the outside.  The Black (K) wedge is the inverse: black on the outside, 
green in the middle, and white in the center.

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