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    Nov 12, 2005
    Unhappy Need help with Photoshop Elements workflow
    This is problem I save all my digital photos on i-photo and setup i-photo edit preference to Photoshop elements. I make my adjustments and save them in another folder and print. The colors in the pictures come out all l washed out. But when I print form i-photo the colors are good. I was using an Epson R800 and I was thinking that it was a printer problem so I purchase a Canon IP6700D same problem but the one thing I did find out that the Canon printed better looking pictures than the R800. Anyway; can some give me a step-by-step workflow on how to print 4x6 and 8x10 photos to work with the Canon?

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    Jul 07, 2005
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    What does your printer interface look like with the canon?

    At some point you should select to have the printer or photoshop elements determine the colors AND pick a paper profile for the paper your printing with. If using Canon papers, the canon printer will more than likely have profiles built in.

    This is color management issues and not a printer issue, the R800 would have worked fine if used properly.

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    Nov 12, 2005
    Yep thanks it was a color management problem and it did work for awhile and then stop working and bad prints returned again. The straw that broke the camel back was I power down my computer and the R800 and then power back up and the printer would not power back on after I return the Canon. I think I will go back and get it now.

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    Yup, color management. ANY time you have an issue with washed out OR oversaturated colors, you almost always have a color management issue. It is very important to keep it in mind as you lay out your workflow. It is SO easy to miss this here and there. Good luck.
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    A very good Elements forum is located at The people their are more than happy to help.

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