Well, I'm as calibrated as you can get with nothing but Adobe Alpha and a dark room, I suppose.appomo wrote:your system is calibratet?
wouldnt be the best when you ask them directly what kind of color profile they use
Isn't the colour-profile because of the printing-technology? They use Digital Print, and I believe that technology is more like a high-quality Inkjet than a traditional Offset printer.MBirkhofer wrote:Ask them directly.
http://ka-blam.com/printing/index.php?p ... sageCenter
We talked about it once before, but I don't think we ever came up with any idea why they ask for RGB files, and not CYMK.
Are you sending them RGB like they ask, or cymk?
Do'e! You're right Birkhofer... I've even seen the cartridges numerous, numerous times... they're coloured like the contents.MBirkhofer wrote:Inkjets are still CYMK.
Maybe they use a 6 color printer. But I doubt that, that would just increase printing costs I would suspect.
All color printers (wax, dye-sub, laser, or inkjet) utilize CMYK toners and newer color printers have internal default circuitry which maximizes color output when left in RGB mode and for many of us this is very satisfactory even though sagacious digital printmakers will insist on CMYK conversions.
WhisperPntr wrote:I just sent them a message asking for a print profile but I agree that this is a problem. Did you go ahead and send them a message already?
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