PhotoShop Proofing vs ICM Proofing

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Ramon G, Jul 7, 2004.

  1. Ramon G

    Ramon G Guest

    Hi

    I'm investigating on ICM proofing, and I download some examples that
    use the Windows ICM proofing.

    The problem is that when I compare this proofing with the Photoshop
    proofing I get different results.

    For example windows ICM convert white to yellow values, and Photoshop
    convert it to light gray+blue values.


    anyone knows why ? what is the good proofing? (I change the internal
    engine of Photoshop to Windows ICM (instead of ACE), with no
    differences)


    Note: I've an image with an internal profile, and the monitor and
    printer profile.



    Att Ramon Graus
     
    Ramon G, Jul 7, 2004
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  2. Ramon G

    Mike Russell Guest

    There are a number of things that can change the way your previews look.
    Which program are you using to do your preview?
     
    Mike Russell, Jul 7, 2004
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  3. Ramon G

    Ramon G Guest

    Hi

    I discover why the image appears yellow.

    The image appears yellow because I calibrate my monitor to a
    temperaature of 6500 (D65) and the printer profile is calibrated to
    5000 (D50), like all printer profiles !!!!. (ICM try to proof an image
    with 5000ºK printer profile in a monitor with 6500ºK, then it converts
    the image to yellow)

    When I calibrate the monitor to 5000 (too yellow in my opinion) all
    appears successfully.

    To know why Adobe appears correctly ... is something dark. See next
    discussion to learn about it:

    http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=...=40129971%241%40duster.adelaide.on.net&rnum=3

    Thanks to all

    Ramon Graus
     
    Ramon G, Jul 12, 2004
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