Question about Canon PIXMA iP5000 InkJet Photo Printer
Using Photoshop CS4 to print to a IP5000 and Canon Glossy Photo Paper am getting a magenta sheen over the print. Colour settings Europe Prepress 2 *Previously Custom, RGB), Working Space RGB (1998). Colour Management = Document, Photoshop Manages Colours, Printer Profile = Canon IP5000 PR1. Have changed Printer Profile to RGB and various Canon IP500 settings to no avail.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Canon iP4500 colour management
Try this one:
In Photoshop, go to View>Proof Setup>Custom and select the ICC profile for the printer and paper that you will be using.
Canon iP4500 SG* is for printing with Canon Everyday Glossy Photo Paper (GP-501/401) on your printer.
Canon iP4500 SP1 is for printing with Canon Plus Glossy Photo Paper (PP-101) on your printer.
Canon iP4500 PR* is for printing with Canon Photo Paper Pro on your printer.
Canon iP4500 MP* is for printing with Canon Matte Photo Paper on your printer.
Select a rendering intent (i.e. Perceptual, Relative Colorimetric, Saturation, Absolute Colorimetric). I normally use either Perceptual or Relative Colorimetric on my Canon printers.
You might want to check black point compensation.
The display will now show you how the image is supposed to look once printed.
Edit the image based on the softproof.
Afterwards, go to Print With Preview.
Select the same color profile and rendering intent that you used for softproofing.
Choose Let Photoshop Determine the Colors.
Hit Print. Select the paper that you will be printing on. Go to Color Options. Select none for Color Correction.
Hit Print again.
Hope that helps.......
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
are you using geniune canon glossy paper??? it is designed for the printers and really is the best for the machines
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
The waste ink absorbers on a Canon are pads that are under the print engine and cover the whole bottom. It is a major dissasembly where the covers come off, cables and plugs un plugged, power supply removed, and then you need a shop to reset the counters.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
I'm not clear on your problem but you can try this<a href="http://www.richardsnotes.org/archives/2006/05/17/canon-i9900-printer-problem-and-solution/" >Link for simular problems.</a> You may find the solution there.
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
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