Just saw this on Rob Galbraith....http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/content_p...cid=7-8735-8762
In the article Rob mentions that by calibrating his 4800 to the Epson standard he can then make use of Bill Atkinson's profiles for the 9800 printer. Have others had success with this concept?
Does it follow that by calibrating a 3800 printer using ColorBase, that using the 9800 profiles will also become an option for that printer as well?
Any thoughts? The targets are printing out of my 3800 right now.
I've never heard of it, but thanks very much for the posting and the link.
I've had an Epson 3800 for a month now--I've been using Epson's
and other paper manufacturers' profiles, have had Atkinson's profiles for
a while now just for the heck of it, and just got an EyeOne Photo
spectrophotometer bundle today, so it now looks like I've got all the necessary
components required to experiment with ColorBase. If I get any interesting
results, I'll post them here.