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> Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 14:38:14 -0800 (GMT-08:00)
> From: Kim
> Subject: Re: CMYK proof control
> To: email@hidden
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> Regarding a process control color strip...I consider them a 'must have' on a
> proof if it were being supplied to me. There is no way to tell if the proof is
> within a CMYK printing tolerance if you do not have one. I have been supplied a
> digital image and a proof with no color bars and when I output the image to a
> SWOP setup on our proofing device for magazine work, it does not even come
> close. And too bad the advertising client signed off on the pho! tographer
> supplied proof (because it looked nice). We had to jump through hoops to get the
> image to match close enough for the client to sign off again on another proof.
> The control strip gives one a fighting chance to understand something about the
> proof and can than explain to the client if there needs to be additional charges
> to 'match color'. Or maybe the charges should go back to the whoever supplied
> the first proof.
> Kim Lathan
> >Hi List,
> >Just wondering if people who are producing their own CMYK proofs
> >adding a proof control label?
> >We have been using GMG colorproof RIP (which has been passed on
> >certain papers for SWOP, Proof4Press, ECI and FOGRA certification),
> >for the past couple of years.
> >Up until now we just keep the calibrat! ion up to date every week or
> >so, but I started thinking a bout measuring each proof and printing
> >the label.
> >Would the addition of the label add any more weight or value to the
> >Not really sure if it is necessary, but I do realise that magazines
> >must be getting 'cmyk proofs' in from more and more photographers
> >that may or may not be within tolerance limits.....
> >Then again, with offset printing being so hit and miss, is it REALLY
> >necessary to be within tight delta E tolerances?
> >Any comments?
> Authentic Earthlink WebMail from Kim
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