If you have ever experienced an issue with screen-to-print match, you're not alone. Many photographers have given up trying to achieve an accurate screen-to-print match, and say that they either have a "pretty good idea" of what their printer will do, or they are willing to go the print-tweak, print-tweak route. This holds true for those making their own prints, and those working with outside print service providers.
You can save considerable time and money by adding a few simple steps to your workflow. Good screen to print match can save you significant time in post-production, and reduce or eliminate wasted materials.
Watch as we review end-to-end workflow, starting with camera controls and progressing through fundamentals of image color correction, display calibration, and printer profiling.