Poll: Regarding color management and profiles…

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3 thoughts on “Poll: Regarding color management and profiles…

  1. The analog photographer and the linux-nerd in me says Haha..

    1. Yes to color management and no to profiles.

    2. No, not profiled. I have ensured that it shows colors correct by other means.

    3. I do care about color representation in the data, and on screen or paper.

    4. No i do not use profiles.

    5. No i do not use profiles.

    6. No i do not use profiles.

    7. No i do not use profiles.

    8. I do not inkjet print, yes i do outsource printing of digital images, but i do NOT use profiles!

    9. No my output is not digital display only. Yes i do make prints, in my darkroom, and when i do fiddle in digital my output is mainly for screen or distribution and i cannot be responsible for what others do with my data in the distribution case.

  2. Thanks for your response, Magnus. Perhaps you’ve left out something that will help me understand, but accurate color management (by the numbers) of digital files is not possible *without* output profiles and a calibrated display. I would love to know what your “other means” are to achieving accurate color management. Thanks for your reply.

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