how do i change the colour on my canon pixma pro9000 to suit my nikon d600 and my d2x cameras
I have three programmes on my computer, picasa, lightroom 3.6 and
nikon view nx2 which I hope to use. I hope this information is useful.
hello russell the programs i am using on my computer is at the moment isnikon viewnx2 and this is the program i wish to use correctly
This is my computer, packard bell it's a easy note te69kb series amd dualcore prosser, ei/2500, 4gb, ddr3, L memory 500gb,hdd
Thank you for the information.Try this:click on the Start button, go toControl Panel, go toHardware and Sound, go toColor Management.Click on the Devices tab.From the Device list, click on the device that you wish to associate with a given color profile.(For instance, your printer.)Click upon Use my settings for this device.Then click Add, then in the 'Associate Color Profile' dialog box, either click upon a custom color profile in the list, or click on Browse and locate the custom color profile that you want to use, and then click Add.This associates a color profile with the device (for instance your printer), and tells Windows (or tells that program through Windows) that you want to associate that device with that color profile.(You can also set the color profile as the Default profile for the selected device (for instance your printer) by clicking on Set As Default Profile.How this works for you, depends upon what color profile you have selected, to some extent (given that this is for a printer) upon what paper you are using (sometimes color profiles are associated with printers), and upon the ultimate judge of its worth, you and your eye for color rendering.
Also: you may find it better to associate your printer with no color profile (in Windows, in the settings above) whatsoever.