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I am very keen on sky photography and regularly capture the beautiful delicate colours of the skies. When i check the LCD on my camera i seem to have captured the colours well, however when i download the pictures onto my pc the colours look darker on the monitor and even darker when i try to print them out, with no trace of the light subtle colours that show on my camera. If i print directly from the CF card they are a little better but still too dark. I use a canon 300d a canon mp600 printer and use vista. Although i have tried to calibrate the monitor i can't make head nor tail of the directions for colour management in the vista help. I would be very grateful if you could advise me on this

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You are dealing with the transform issues behind millions of colors with your capture device, RGB on your monitor, and translating to CMYK for print.

not an easy or simple translation.

www.adobe.com under the photoshop section and support, has some useful information on managing this translation.

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