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Why do I get these wrong colours when printing

New Here ,
May 03, 2020

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I have printed this photo from lightroom to my Epson Stylus Photo R360. Before that I printed this photo

 

 

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I haven't changed anything in the settings. The only difference is that the first picture was taking with my Fuji X20 and is in jpg. The second picture is a raw photo from my Nikon D7000.

Why is the first photo totally wrong in colour? And what can I do to get it right?

Henrik

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Why do I get these wrong colours when printing

New Here ,
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I have printed this photo from lightroom to my Epson Stylus Photo R360. Before that I printed this photo

 

 

078A2E35-F2FE-4457-B17E-4C321A822CA0_1_105_c.jpeg

I haven't changed anything in the settings. The only difference is that the first picture was taking with my Fuji X20 and is in jpg. The second picture is a raw photo from my Nikon D7000.

Why is the first photo totally wrong in colour? And what can I do to get it right?

Henrik

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 03, 2020

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When printing, make sure you have color management turned on in either LR or in the printer driver.

https://epson.com/Support/wa00354

 

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May 03, 2020

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When printing both pictures it was this way in Lightroom and turned off in the printer settings

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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And you are sure you then did manually deactivate the color management in the printer driver?

I assume that by default it is set to automatic and needs to be turned off.

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Much can depend on your color settings, such as rendering intent and whether you are using Lightroom or the Printer to Manage color. I suggest using Lightroom and assignment the proper color profile. Also, the colors in your first image are rather saturated and might be out of gamut, meaning your printing setup (printer, ink, and paper) might not be capable of reproducing the colors. Sharing more details about your setup might prove useful for a more accurate response.

warmly/j

 

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