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Soft-Proofing Controls

If you're sane, you probably want to get some sense of what your images are going to look like before you commit to the $50,000 print run. There are three ways to proof your pictures: traditionally (print film negatives and create a laminated proof like a Matchprint), on a color printer (like one of the new breed of inkjet printers), or on screen. On screen? If you've been paying attention during this chapter, you know that you can set up your system well enough to start really trusting what you see on screen. Proofing images on screen is called soft-proofing, and Photoshop 6 makes it much easier to do than ever before.


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