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Re: Pixma Pro-100 Color Matching on iPad Pro

Here is where you would adjust image size in LR.

 

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Re: Pixma Pro-100 Color Matching on iPad Pro

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@LaurenN wrote:

These is the only Canon showing up.  Do I need to download a different driver?

 

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Yes. Go here and download the 1.06 version driver.

 

https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/support/details/professional-large-format-printers...

 

Turn off printer and unplug USB first.

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Re: Pixma Pro-100 Color Matching on iPad Pro

Those changes worked...I now have the correct driver and set everything up the way you suggested.  Should I be printing the calibration page again?

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Yes. Before you do that go back to Devices & Printers and right-click on the WS printer icon and delete it.

Then print the test image and see what you get.
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Re: Pixma Pro-100 Color Matching on iPad Pro

THAT WORKED. I want to eat the strawberries.  Smiley Happy  

 

Now how do I get that to match with the drawings from the iPAD??

 

Thank you for working through this with me!! 

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Re: Pixma Pro-100 Color Matching on iPad Pro

Try exporting your iPad document as a PDF and then print it from Adobe Acrobat Reader on your PC.

Also, now that you are getting a good print adjust your laptop display, particularly brightness, to match print.
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Re: Pixma Pro-100 Color Matching on iPad Pro

Hi John,

 

We made the image a PDF and printed through Adobe Acrobat Reader, but the colors still don't match when they print, although they looked spot on in Reader.  I also tried to adjust the settings through the Color Management options, but they all seem to be in order.  I think part of the problem might be that with a laptop, when you change the angle of the screen, everything looks different, so I am not able to really tell if the settings are accurate. The brightness is set to its highest setting, which seems tolook best, but...?!  I feel like I've followed all of the steps and am still coming up short, but I'm sure I'm missing something.  Smiley Frustrated  Any other tips?  Thanks again.

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I don’t have any suggestions. I don’t print from Acrobat often and when I do it’s documents.
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Re: Pixma Pro-100 Color Matching on iPad Pro

Are there any other settings in Lightroom that I can change to get it to print correctly?
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Re: Pixma Pro-100 Color Matching on iPad Pro

Does this help?

 

https://kent.teamdynamix.com/TDClient/2005/Portal/KB/ArticleDet?ID=63342

 

 

John Hoffman
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