[argyllcms] Re: Recommendations to tweak ArgyllCMS profile to open up shadows?

  • From: Michael Darling <darlingm@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 4 Dec 2014 12:48:30 -0500

Exactly - there's sadly no way to set the rendering intent used by
Photoshop.  It's stuck on relative colorimetric.  Even the Color Settings
default rendering intent has no effect.  Photoshop CC still works this way.

On Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 12:35 PM, Brad Funkhouser <
brad.funkhouser@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> > Or, just open the printer-space-tagged image in an ICC-aware application
> > (such as Photoshop or Mac OS X Preview or many Web browsers) and it'll
> > display properly.
> Viewing a printer-space-tagged image in Photoshop seems to result in
> relative mappings of printer space paper white to display white and printer
> space black to display black.  So it still takes soft proof settings to get
> an accurate display of the expected results.
> Doing the absolute conversion back to working space lets you view expected
> print colors including white and black without any soft proof settings.
> And
> as long as all the printer spaces fit completely inside the working space,
> it also allows for comparison of expected results across different papers
> within a common familiar space.
> At least this is the way it looks to me up through CS2.  Maybe I'm missing
> something?  And is this still how it works with later versions of
> Photoshop,
> and with Mac OS X Preview, and browsers?
> Thanks.
> - Brad

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