Jack Dausman wrote:
I'm on the learning curve with ArygyllCMS, and the .icm that I created was
less than what
I expected, specifically (1) the greyscale wasn't a smooth gradient and (2)
I'm confused a
bit about ProPhoto configuration.
Here's my configuration for testing a RedRiver paper with 420 swatches:
targen -v -d2 -G -e4 -g8 -f420 "RR_PDSG"
printtarg -v -i CM -h -T 300 -C -p Letter "RR_PDSG"
chartread went without a hitch
colprof -v -A"Epson" -M"P800" -D"RR_Palo_Duron_SoftGloss_Rag" -C"2016
Jack Dausman" -S
/opt/Argyll_V1.9.1/ref/ProPhoto.icm -Zr -qh -i D50 -cmt -dpp "RR_PDSG"
I'm going to switch to some less expensive paper to really bake in the
process, as the
paper/ink combination eats through a lot of my stock in learning the process
for a good icm
* I'm guessing that 420 swatches isn't enough, but I was still surprised to
in the greyscale gradient on test image. Is 840 the next appropriate step
* For ProPhoto, do I need to do anything further other than include it in
* Can I take the .icm I just created and use it for pre-conditioning ?