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Old 08-22-2006, 08:31 PM
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Use of Multiple Computers

Is there a way to calibrate a computer/s to that the color is similar on restoration and retouches?

I use two different computers at home and one at my partners home.....

We working on a project now that requires me to work from home and spread the wealth back to my partner.... my photos are done on CS and PS 7. Gee, I hope you have the idea!......

See ya soon.
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Old 08-22-2006, 08:41 PM
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The first thing to do is make sure all of the monitors are calibrated on the computer systenm that they are connected to. Then make sure that each computer, regardless of which version of PS is installed), has the Color Management settings properly set up to manage color and recognize ICC profiles which are embedded in the images. Make sure each user then saves the ICC profile in each image that is transferred between computers. It would be nice if everyone's workspace was the same, however, that is not necessary as long as the images are tagged with their respective ICC profiles.
Regards, Murray
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