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    Default Colour printing problems

    Currently using Epson DX6000. I tried printing from the image on screen, but the resulting image looks nothing like, ie darker, different colour cast. I did play around within the printer controls, ie glossy paper, photo quality, but the result was nothing like the image on screen. What is ICM, and should I have clicked this. I am not using 'genuine' inks, but was expecting better. Maybe I should just order from a printers??

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    What program are using to print the picture thats first question next what camera do you have and computer

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    Hi
    ICM means international colour management. It's the windows version of ICC. Check your colour space to see if they are all the same

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    your camera and printer and computer should all use the same colour profile ie SRGB.

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