Question about Epson Stylus CX6600 All-In-One InkJet Printer
I have just bought a brand new printer and am doing a lot of printing for my photography course.
The prints come and much darker than my calibrated screen. I have tried all the things I should for the printing profile, i.e print through photoshop then control colours in colour management , or print using printer and coloursync etc.
I know there is a way of matching the colours on the screen to the print and changing the saturation but I can't remember how.
What am I missing?!
Hi! try this! 1. go to control panel, select the printer, then right click the model of your printer, select properties, then select printing preferences. in printing preference, select effect, then check the box of vivid photos. If you check vivid photos it will add enhancement to your printout. But thats not it, 2. open your photoshop, find your color settings, set your RGB color to (sRGB IEC61996- 2.1) then you CMYK color to (U.S. Web Coated (SWOP) v2) then off all your Color-management Policies and don't mind anything. 3. After your Edit your photos from RGB, then convert it to CMYK, then try printing it.
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