Correct. However, there is no reason why these .icc profiles should
go in photoshop rather than in the printer driver. Especially as I
have anyway to tell my printer driver (I am not sure why) which kind
of paper I am using.
On 12/21/06, Bob Ewart <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> It should be pointed out that an icc profile is not for a printer, but
> rather a printer and a specific paper. You need separate ones for each
> type of paper. If you're really fussy, you might want to change the
> profile for each box of paper. In any event, the profile for matte
> paper is definitely different from glossy paper. Some printers even use
> different inks for them.
> Similarly, monitors change over time and need to be re-profiled as they
> do. The default for a Spyder2PRO is weekly.
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