[Photography-sig] Photography-sig color calibration tips
eric.brackenbury at gmail.com
Thu Jun 10 12:29:05 EDT 2010
I have a Spider and the same problem, did a quick Google the other day
on colour calibration in Ubuntu and came up with some stuff.
Give that sort of search a try :-))
Its a good subject for the first group meeting on the 20th so come along
if you can.
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> When trying to do prints (on different papers) it's a pain to get the
> colors same as it is on the screen(s)
> For other OSes there are tools (like colormonki) to generate color
> profiles so your monitor/printer gets same colors.
> What is available for Linux? When looking in the printer settings I
> don't even see a spot to add a color profile or do any kind of color
> Asking google I found http://www.argyllcms.com/ where I might be able to
> get some hints but given the silence on this list I don't mind to get
> some hints from others. For example, is there a way of using my digital
> camera for color adjustments? (at least to get in the neighborhood)
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