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Pictures I scan is always in sRGB but I need CMYK quality

The default setting I have - Windows Color system is sRGB IEC61966-2.1 - can be changed, I can see that.
There is a lot of other profiles to choose from!!
What is compatible, i.e. give the result, to CMYK???
The printer's office demand my scanned pictures to be in CMYK (=black!!)

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Open the image in photoshop or Irfanview and convert it with the mode command to a cmyk file and save it.

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My hp printer casts purple to black and white prints


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These are my settings:
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Rendering: Perpectual

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Color Intensity: manual-set-everything is 0-matching:none


I am using Kodak glossy paper and I am using that setting. I am printing a digital scrapbook page with color. I used black and white pictures in the page trying to get rid of the purple trees, so it shouldn't be printing any color at all in the photos, but the limbs are still purple.

Under color settings in PSE I have checked "optimize for printing".

I am off to the store to pick up another package of photo paper..maybe HP or Epson will be better (I think those are the other 2 choices in the store)

Will check back in after I try the other papers

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The color is not coming out bright when using adobe illustrator software. but when i'm using the canon software, it came out nicely. any idea about that?


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Tone of the skin colour & clothes changes when a photo is scanned & reprinted


Without knowing the make and model of your printer and your scanner or your operating system, I will make some general suggestions to you:

1.This can happen if you have begun to use generic ink rather than the ink made by the printers maker. Have you changed to a brand other than the brand of your printer?(If you have you may be able to change the way the photo looks by follow the instructions for printer settings below.)

2.It may be a problem with the settings for your printer. To find them, please follows these instructions:

>START
>CONTROL PANEL
>PRINTERS
>Right click on the printer we are discussing
>Choose PRINTING PREFERENCES

You should now be at a window with several tabs. Paper/Quality is the page where you can change to the type of paper you are using and change from the lowest to the highest quality of print. (fast-fastnormal-normal-best). Please set your printer for the paper you are using and for the quality you want. (the better the quality, the more ink you use.)

Next you can open the Color tab and under color management I keep Colorsmart/sRGB selected.

You may also open the Advanced settings tab and change the way the photo looks. Please make very small changes until you see what the photo is going to look like. I also recommend that you set the printer for the smallest photo paper that you have and experiment with printing things very small until you like the way it looks, since printing photos takes a lot of ink.

When you are finished with adjustments to your printer settings, click apply and ok. and close the window. You will need to know how to get to this place, so if you are not familiar with it, please write it down.

3. You can change the coloring of your photo under several different settings in whatever photo program you are using. Look for hue and saturation, color,lightness and brightness, etc. and experiment on a photo with those settings.

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When I print color, the page has a lot of extra toner.


Start with this
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  2. Print approximately 50 - 100 pages of the document, as necessary, until the printed color returns to normal.

Next. This is on xerox.com downloads and drivers.

The updated sRGB Display and sRGB Vivid color tables for the WorkCentre will help with the following issues that have been found with the original factory color tables.
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  • RGB image red shades are too orange or too light.
  • RGB object blues are too dark or aqua.
  • CMYK objects use the sRGB Display color table when the Automatic TekColor correction is used. After the updated color tables have been downloaded to the WorkCentre, the CMYK objects will use the Commercial Press TekColor correction when Automatic is used as the TekColor correction.

    NOTE: The new color tables will only take affect when using the Enhanced or High Resolution / Photo print quality mode.
To update the RGB color tables:
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system default (WCS profile for sRGB viewing conditions). Haven't had any color problem since.

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Often times "auto" settings are not the best to use.
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Sounds like a weasly answer I know, but it is amazing how much different those will operate one system to another.
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