05-14-2018 02:18 PM
I have a new G4210, and when I print photos, they come out much warmer than they should. I am using using a custom color profile through Photoshop and everything looks good until I click print preview as the print preview image is different than the screen color image. Not sure how to correct this. Thanks.
05-21-2018 02:49 PM
The issue you are experiencing could be caused by not using the correct paper settings for the paper you are using with your PIXMA G4210. As I recommended in your other thread, it is recommended that Red River is contacted for assistance with obtaining the correct ICC profile for your PIXMA G4210.
07-15-2018 01:53 PM
Cross Posting - I am using the Red River profiles for the Canon G2200/G3200 from their website, but the results are still not satisfactory. I also used Canon paper & driver profiles, but still the colors are not satisfactory. Should this printer not be used as a photo printer? It looks like I am going to have to tweek the settings manually, but that is a pain to do for so many photographs. My monitor is a nice BenQ. Thanks.