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For optimized color results on photographic paper, please save all files in the sRGB color space.
Monitors display color in the sRGB color space and monitor calibration is most important for color continuity between your studio and the lab. When calibrating your monitor, make sure the monitor's white point is set to 6500K (D65). The standard for press printing is 5000K, but this will not work in the photo industry. If not set correctly, images will "look fine" on your screen, but will actually be 1500 degrees off when sent to a properly calibrated system. This makes your images very difficult, if not impossible to balance.
We recommend the Spyder5PRO.
Please use the following settings when calibrating your monitor:
White Point Target:
Black Point Target:
Be very aware of color temperature and camera settings while photographing in
different lighting situations, (tungsten, shade, flash, fluorescent…etc).
If you use improper settings you will receive less than optimal results.
Tri Color’s standard policy will be to color correct all files submitted, unless
otherwise stated. If files are to be printed "as-is" you must indicate "No Color Correction"
You will be responsible for the final color outcome.
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