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soft proofing and printing

mikeci

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Hi All,
I was doing some test printing w/ LR4 using the soft proofing feature. I took a couple of test files adjusted each one using soft proofing. I setup the paper to have 2 5x7 prints on one 8.5 X11 epson luster paper. One print unadjusted, the other adjusted. I made 2 prints one relative the other perceptual. To my amazement there was no difference between any of the pictures. On the monitor I could see quite a difference between all the files. very strange.
Am I doing something wrong or is there a problem w/ the print module?

fyi, Before I started I recalibrated my NEC monitor using a spyder 3 w/ the latest software, checked and upgraded all software and drivers. I am using a Mac pro, Epson 3880, Epson ink and the correct Epson printer profile for the paper.

Thanks,
Mike
 
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