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| p.1 #6 · Out of gamut area dull boring when printing. |
Thanks guys for your responses. First of all this is scanned MF film so there is no RAW file. Color space is Adobe RGB along with a profile for Epson Ultra Premium Lustre created with colorMunki. Interesting though, I had a 3880 for a while, and have a Profile for that one as well. The Soft Proofing for the 3880 has a somewhat smaller area of out of gamut (I was surprised). It's still a large area, but not as bad. I will check for any clipping, but on screen it does not look like it's clipped. I have made some selections now and feathered them so I did not have to select exactly and brightened the mid range. I just may try putting this image into Picture window Pro and sampling all the blue values that I want brightened and then making a selection by graph using numbers. With PWP, you can change the general tone of that sampled area. It will show as a dot on a color cube and the color can be pushed over to modify it. Haven't done it in ages, but it's pretty cool. Not sure if that would help the printing problem, because it already looks good on the screen.