http://www.google.com/search?q=ICC+moni ... systems%22
http://www.adobe.com/support/techguides ... orset.html
http://www.adobe.com/support/techguides ... /main.html
/windows/System/Spool/ Drivers/ColorYou can add color profiles to your system so that they appear as choices in the Color Settings dialog box
According to abode then I guess I need more information about "color characterization" since I don't want to buy any tools to "conform my hardware to existing standards". am I close?
Here are the four things I'll be using:
montor: 21" Sun Microsystems
(got it for $400 haha)
printer: Epson stylus photo 780
camera: Canon powershot G3
I also want to get prints from my local WalMart
I've searched google until my eyes went bloodshot looking for a color profile file for Windows XP pro and photoshop7 for each of the above devices. Is there such a thing?
sun.com is a nightmare
epson.com was not helpful
adobe.com is waaaaay too abstract.
Since I'm taking pictures with a digital camera I'll be using all RGB right? not CMYK.
If it can be simple... I simply want to have good color matching on my Sun , from my digital camera to one of: my epson inkjet, the photo printer at WalMart, or posting them on a website.
Is this supposed to be nearly impossible? and hiddeously expensive??
thanks in advance for all your patient help