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ICC color profile won't work in latest update of Photoshop

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Apr 17, 2024 Apr 17, 2024

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Ever since I updated to the new version of Photoshop my color ICC profiles are not working correctly.  They (tech support) said I was using a corrupt ICC color profile which I have been using for 10 years now.  

I get a hazy print now.  Black is brownish.  I've tried like 8 different color profiles, even ones I downloaded for sublimation printing.

I thought it may be my printer so I bought a brand new epson eco-tank sub printer. Still same problem.  

My sublimation business is closed because of this problem.  I've tried everything I could think of.

 

 

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Apr 17, 2024 Apr 17, 2024

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'I've tried like 8 different color profiles, even ones I downloaded for sublimation printing.'

 

There is one correct printing profile and that is the one made for the printer/ink amd media combination you are using.

Similarly there is one correct monitor profile (that describes your monitor in its current state) and one correct document profile (that describes the colour space for your document).

With those three in place you should be on solid ground. Make sure you are not double profiling though (e.g. if you set 'Photoshop manages color' in the Photoshop print dialogue then colour management needs to be set to 'off' in Epson print settings.

 

Dave

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Apr 19, 2024 Apr 19, 2024

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@Michael36809185mdpa you'll need "the correct" icc profile for your printer ink and media (substrate).

Are those non Epson inks, I presume so?

 Let's hope you can get the right ICC profile from the DyeSub ink manufacturer.

 

Of course the dyesub transfer process is rather heat sensitive too.

 

I hope this helps
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