Originally Posted by Joe AC
Thanks. So, just to be clear. I was under the impression that I needed to calibrate my monitor and printer using some sort of 3rd party plug in?
If I do decide to get monitor calibration software, are you saying that I don't need printer calibration software and that I can just you the profiles that came with the printer?
What pablito said, basically. Apple does make individual profiles for their screens, they must be stored in the OS or hardware somewhere. I could not improve on the one for my laptop. If you were using a dell screen and a g5 things would be different, but you have closed systems on each end, a good thing. I used spider 3 elite with the original software or Coloreyes. I've never used a print calibrator so I cant help you with that. Epson's profiles were fine when I used Epsons, a while ago. You can bet they're highly motivated and they have plenty of resources. Just use their paper and inks, I doubt calibration would improve on that. It's when you start getting adventurous with paper that things get complicated.