01-09-2017 05:49 PM
To the ping pong players that made me smile... Can I just hire any of you guys to come help me do this please!? anyone in NJ, near Montclair????
01-19-2017 09:22 PM
I used to live in Montclair 30 years ago, but in Indiana now. If I need to go to NYC, which is possible, I'll tr to help. In the meantime, I need more info. Are you using Lightroom or Photoshop, or somthing else?
What kind of monitor are you using. I don't so much care about the brand as much as how much of the adobe photospace it can display? The 16 million color ones can't display the hole gamut. The 2 billion color ones are more in the color space to show you what you would get if you sent your file to the best photolabs to be prtined
Is your monitor calibrated?
I will replay in private email. I have no interest in ping pong!!
01-27-2017 07:37 PM
my prints look green :/ I adjust my screen but it just looks aweful to look at so I wouldnt know what I'm doing in editing in PS so I put it back to where it looks good to me (which I have a good eye for color) does the screen color profile efect the printer setting or just when you use the screen as a referance to adjust colors on photoshop? I'll print a picture off the web on another computer and printer and it doesnt have a green cast but I print the same picture on my macbook air and pro 100 and it has a green cast. On mac it doesnt have a setting to just turn off printer controls colors but you can set photoshop control color and I think that stops it idk. so not sure if it is dubble profiling. I think the printer softwear and prifiles must be all off where the white balence or tone is green cause on my blk & whites it really looks green even with the softwhere set to black and white :/ I have to turn the photos to a volet color cast to counter it on photoshop which has wasted a lot of time then printing it to see what it's doing a lot of ink and paper and it still doesnt fix it compleatly I've given up hope :'( I do wish someone who lives in so cal can come help me get it right I'd pay them $200 or more if they can!!!
01-27-2017 08:16 PM
01-28-2017 12:29 AM
01-28-2017 07:45 AM
Are you using Canon Paper?
what computer operating system
if it's a Mac look in System Preferences->Printers & Scanners and be sure you aren't using the Bonjour version of the Pro-100.
01-28-2017 10:44 AM
I have been using Canon Print Studio Pro from the very outset and have had wonderful success (after limited success printing from Lightroom).
06-09-2017 03:23 PM
I recently bought the Pixma Pro100 printer. I am using a Syncmaster 2220wm monitor, calibrated with ColorMunki. I have color matching turned off in the driver. I have printed from PS, LR, Canon Print Studio Pro, a plug in for PS and LR. No matter what I do, images appear somewhat dark. Images predominantly red/pink, appear darkest and oversaturated, especially skin tones. I can certainly work backwards to get an acceptable print, but would like to get it right the first time to conserve paper and ink.
06-09-2017 04:31 PM
You said you turned off color match. Where? Printer color control should be set to NONE in the printer setup menu advanced settings or it will double profile using both Photoshop and the printer profiles. It leads to darker, magenta tinted prints.
06-09-2017 05:28 PM
I use LR and PS to print. I won't say every print comes out as I would like but most do right off. The printer has no control. It is set to 'None'. PS is set like the screem shot below.
Make sure you have the correct paper profile selected. The red box above.