Hello to everyone,
First of all i am sorry for my poor english...
Anyway i post this thread for not software or application.
What i wonder is, how are you manage color management for print type.
( offset, digital or silkscreen )
My information about color management is, if you proof graphic via monitor, its called soft proof.
and if you print the graphic to the stock and show it to your customer is hard proof.
That okey but how you link your for exp, offset color space to your monitor?
What is the workflow steps for this color management?
What I guess,
first you press an chart print by your press machine. Also your paper type and brand is important.( paper brightness and white degree* )
Then you take that chart print and scan it via color calibiration device.
When you scan, you get data about color for your printing device
next step, with this data you create an icc profile and by this profile you calibirate your monitor.
Finally everything is good, when you see a graphic job with your monitor, its a close match with final job ...
Am i in the right direction, missing some step or its all along wrong ?
If i'm wrong please explain why and please tell me what is your steps in color management...
Thank you for your answers ...