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Thread: Calibrated Monitors and Digital Printing

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    ok, understand what you are saying. Thanks!

    Oh gee... looks like I have a lot of work ahead of me!

    Any short cuts to colour correction on a batch basis? Anyone?

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    Thanks all - now much clearer.

    Using EPSN's method is much easier and save time - if it comes out OK (I am not looking for pro level of reproduction). Will be printing out one test photo tonite and report back here tomorrow.

    Tim's (and zerostorer) will sure work (from my basic understand so far) but can be time consuming. After reading the latest response in this thread, I took a photo and try doing it for my office laser printer - I still have not manage to get the same color 'composition' as the one when I edited. Imagine I have to do it for a number of photos!

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    Just collected one photo from the shop (using Kodak paper); photo 'adjusted' as per ESPN advice.

    WORK. Good enough for me!

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