I’m thrilled to have someone with printing expertise on the forum. (Most of us here are refugees from forum wars which are truly exhausting, but pM as I know it is a wonderfully peaceful and productive little community, free of trolls and battles. We have occasional incursions from spambots but we swat them pretty fast.)Onslow wrote: ↑Thu Sep 13, 2018 12:03 amG'day Ed, Using the rendering intents is something I do when soft proofing to see which one will best suit the image. LR only has Relative or Perceptual rendering intents. I don't use Absolute. I use colorthink pro to shown me an indication of how far out of a papers gamut the image is and I will decide it based on that. When softproofing in LR, I will adjust the processing of the softproof to match the master image as best I can and then print that once it's adjusted....pop511 wrote: ↑Wed Sep 12, 2018 11:17 amOnslow;
Nice to see you back. I did post my experiences with my new printer, the Epson surecolor P800 and like you I now print and work in the ProPhoto RGB 16bit settings.
I found that when changing from relative to perceptual the colours on the screen swam around. It became a case of, which is more accurate.
I now stay in Absolute print mode and stunned by the quality. Have you tried it?
As before "Nice to see you back, you Aussie B&^%t%rd.
Nice to be back Ed. The last coupla years have seen me worn down with online forum battles so I don't post as much as I used to and avoid the flame wars that I see online over trivial issues....
I will probably have more questions, especially about what you are doing in printing via Lightroom (I get better results printing from Lightroom than from PS).