That is my understanding - that (at least the hp PhotoSmart) printer
anticipates and expects an sRGB image.
I am still working on this problem (and sometimes wish I had purchased an
Epson rather than the hp - the Epson appears to have more control settings
and, unfortunately ;-) I am somewhat of a control freak) but my present
understanding is that a printer ICC profile (WiziWYG's or Colorvision's or
others) will deal with this to a greater or lesser extent. Please let me
know what you find.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rob Geraghty" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2001 6:39 PM
Subject: filmscanners: RE: filmscanners: VueScan + flat colors
| Mikael wrote:
| > 1. VueScan = best results negative scanning , S-RGB and
| > gamma 1.4-1.8 If I use VueScan and the Adobe RGB color
| > space settings the picture will be flat and dull in colors.
| AFAIK this is normal. The gamuts of the colour spaces are
| different. But it leads me to wonder - if some of the
| problems I've had with colour matching between the screen
| and the output on an Epson printer is that the printer
| driver expects the user to be viewing an image in sRGB
| not in Adobe RGB?
| Rob Geraghty firstname.lastname@example.org