Thursday, January 20, 2011

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This article is from Cambridge in Colour

- SOFT PROOFING PHOTOS & PRINTS -Soft proofing lets you temporarily simulate how an image will appear on another device, such as a printer, by using only a computer monitor. This can be a helpful tool for making more predictable prints -- and is perhaps one of the most useful applications of color management. However, it also requires a trained eye, in addition to knowing how to correct an image if it doesn't appear as intended.

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