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ICC profiles are an essential tool for achieving consistent and accurate colour reproduction in the printing industry. They are used to ensure consistent and accurate colour reproduction across different devices.
ICC profiles: unlocking the true colours of your digital images
ICC stands for the International Colour Consortium, which is a standard organization that develops and promotes colour management guidelines for various devices, such as cameras, monitors, printers, and scanners. An ICC profile is a mathematical representation of the colour characteristics of a particular device, which helps to ensure consistent colour reproduction across different devices and software applications.
In simpler terms, an ICC profile acts as a translator between the colour values of an image and the colour capabilities of a device. It helps to ensure that the colours you see on your screen or printout are as close as possible to the original colours captured by your camera or created in your digital artwork.
Types of ICC profiles
There are three main types of ICC profiles: input profiles, display profiles, and output profiles.
Input profiles are used to calibrate and profile devices that capture or scan images, such as cameras and scanners. They ensure that the colours captured by these devices are accurately represented in the digital files.
Display profiles are used to calibrate and profile monitors or displays, such as computer screens and digital projectors. They help to ensure that the colours displayed on these devices are accurate and consistent, so that you can trust the colour accuracy of your images when editing or viewing them.
Output profiles are used to calibrate and profile devices that produce prints or other physical output, such as printers and photo labs. They ensure that the colours printed or displayed in the final output match the intended colours of the original image.
Benefits of using ICC profiles
Using ICC profiles in your digital imaging workflow offers several benefits, including:
Consistent colour reproduction: ICC profiles help to ensure that the colours in your digital images are consistent across different devices and software applications. This means that the colours you see on your screen or printout will closely match the original colours captured by your camera or created in your digital
Why you need a custom ICC profile
Custom ICC profiles may be required for many reasons, such as:
Higher colour accuracy
Achieve a wider colour gamut
Achieve a matched colour output across two or more printers
Ability to reproduce specific colour output
If you cannot find ICC profiles for your particular media
Reduce ink bleed on various printable medias and fabrics
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Roland, Mimaki, Mutoh and all Chinese manufacturer’s printers
Dye, Solvent, Sublimation and more