10-12-2016 08:38 PM
Hi everybody, I'm trying to make some fine art prints of my original paintings.
I had professional high resolution photos taken of my work, and have edited the colors in photoshop (with monitor set to medium brightness... I know that sometimes bright monitors are to blame for color discrepancies). I am printing from photoshop and set the colors to be managed by photoshop, yet in many of my paintings the colors are way too green. And yes, I've also downloaded the correct ICC profiles for the types of paper I'm using.
Is there any setting on the printer to help with this? Help!
10-12-2016 09:12 PM
Are you printing from Windows or Mac computer?
Is printer color matching set to None or Off?
Try using Print Studio Pro.
01-11-2017 07:38 PM
02-24-2017 11:15 PM
I also have the same problem. I have a PC win 10 and try printing from Lightroom, Photoshop or the canon pro print it is always the same. Even try on my wife computer and samething . I always get a green cast on my photo even when printing in B&W.
Can someone please help us..
02-25-2017 07:06 AM
Can you download the test image from this site, print it and post a screen shot?
Also, what are your printing settings in Print Studio Pro? Can you pst a screen shot?
04-29-2017 06:04 PM
I figured it out (On Mac). The same would happen to me whenever I tried to print from another user on my computer the settings would reset and my prints would have a green tenting over them. Go to print if in Photoshop, once the print page comes up go to print settings, Layout, Quality & Media, Photo Papers, and the one that works for me is Photo Paper Plus Semi-gloss (but you may need to try diferent ones to see which one you were using before it forgot and went crazy. Then make sure if your in photoshop to set photo shop maniges colors, also choose in the photoshop print window your paper tipe and you should be good to go.