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Old Aug 2, 2004, 1:25 AM   #1
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Need a little help here. I have some problem on printing photos on my Epson C43UX printer. The colors of the photos turned out to be worst compared to what I've seen on the monitor.
First of all, I have calibrated my monitor using Adobe Gamma. Then I use Photoshop CS to enhance my image. Finally I print it using Epson C43 printer with ICM color management setting checked.
Anyone have experience in setting the correct setting for Epson printer before printing? There's 3 main setting in Epson C43 printer;
1. Photo enhance with digital camera correction
2. Gamma and color correction
3. ICM color management

I use Kokuyo Photo Glossy 175ugm Paper and Photo Quality Setting or Photo RPM setting.

For yours information, I am using Samsung 17 inch monitor, Adobe Photoshop CS and Epson C43UX printer..

Or maybe what should I calibrate or changed setting on Photoshop CS to obtain a prinout near to what I see from my monitor?

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