2008/11/28 Hedley Finger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > Leonardo Canducci wrote: >> >> 'rgb profile' is set >> >> to 'none'. >> > > I am curious. The DSLR is RGB, the monitor is RGB so why would you not want > an RGB profile? Most reasonable inkjet printers capable of printing > photographs do a good job of RGB --> CMYK translation, so RGB is not an > issue. > > What am I missing or failing to understand here? AFAIK, RGB by itself is not enough (sRGB, Adobe RGB, ecc.) to define color space. Anyway 'none' is gimp default for 'RGB profile' and I assumed (because there is no documentation about this option) this meant standard sRGB color space. My d50 slr uses sRGB (IIIa) and I don't know about my cheap acer al718 monitor. I don't care about the printer cause I go to a photo lab shop rather than print myself with my super cheap inkjet. AFAIK there should be camera profile that translate camera colour into workspace color space that must be rendered and translated in monitor color space.
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