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Printer profile for the HP 5000
Book Design and Imaging

Thanks!

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Oct 11, 2009 4:17pm PDT
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Printer profile for the HP 5000
Book Design and Imaging

Where can I get a copy of the HP 5000 printer (ICC) profile.

THX!!!

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Oct 11, 2009 12:09pm PDT
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Copyright question
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In browsing many books I have noticed many that capture people’s faces from all type of places (i.e events, regions, countries) and it is my assumption that a model release was not signed in all cases.

My question then is: If I want to publish a book (make it public) do I have any obligation to have any identifiable person bind with a model release, If it is my intention to make the book available to others.

Thank you in advance!! :-)

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Feb 22, 2008 12:30am PDT
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ICC profile for PERFECT RESULTS
Tips and Tricks

Great info on this thread!

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Feb 21, 2008 1:53pm PDT
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My Amazing Book
Book Printing

I am glad to hear that Robin’s page spread technique is good. I am hoping to use it in my next book

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Feb 21, 2008 1:42pm PDT
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iphoto vs. Blurb quality
Book Printing

You are right you can find people on either side that like Aperture or Lightroom.

In my case, I have used both and consider Lightroom a much more complete organizer/editor and image management apps. But again is just my opinion.

That said, whether you end-up using Aperture or Lightroom, it does not change the fact that Blurb seems to be a more complete and flexible system for creating book than Iphoto’s books

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Feb 20, 2008 4:32pm PDT
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Does anyone know exactly how this was done?
Tips and Tricks

Robin,

Your web page is so informative, you are awesome! :-)

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Feb 13, 2008 1:26pm PDT
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Soft Proof and image adjustment test results (part 1)
Book Printing

Redcrown,

Your post is awesome!. I too do a lot of large format printing and I am aware of the complexities of color management :)

Your information is excellent, thank you for taking the time.

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Feb 13, 2008 10:10am PDT
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iphoto vs. Blurb quality
Book Printing

I will second Tom on his comments,

I think a major reason is the fact that you get the chance to softproof with Blurb. With Iphoto, there is no information on the type of press they use or the sharpening recommendations.

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Feb 12, 2008 10:01am PDT
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Proper sharpening before printing
Book Printing

I print in several large format printers and proper sharpening before printing is Imperative to get the best results. Since I am doing a book with blurb now, I have not control of the printing process SO:

Am I responsible for the sharpening of each image in my book, and IF SO, then I should apply sharpening assuming the printer is an inkjet, halftone or contone system?

Thanks :-)

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Feb 8, 2008 11:39pm PDT
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