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In Color Management, Part I we dissected basic concepts of color management as they relate to profiling and calibrating displays. It's a new month, and as promised, we're back for the second part of our color management series, in which we'll explore the process of profiling a printer's output in order to match what you're seeing on your screen with what you're getting in print. As before, we'll also be checking out the print-related portion of Datacolor's Spyder3 color management system, the Spyder3 Print, and using this tool to demonstrate the process of profiling a specific printer, paper, and inkset.
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