I print with an Epson SureColor P800. In Corel Draw 2019 - When I print a poster with a person on it the skin tones seem a little pink. Any suggestions as to how to correct this?
Did you make the skin tones a little pink? What are the readings of an area that look pink in print?
Thanks for getting back to me. No I didn't do anything - just printed. If this is what you are talking about - I took 2 color reading on the face (R 232 - G 175 - B 160) & ( R 201 - G 128 - B 93) On the Arm ( R 201 - G 146 - B - 114) It looks pretty good on my PC screen but a little pinkish or sun burned when printed. I do know that the screen and printer may interpret color differently so I was just wondering if I'm off on my Corel 2019 settings or some printer option if that makes sense? All other colors seem fine. Then again maybe just a poor photo but I have noticed the same thing with other people photos ?
Thank you again Firedog (Greg)
Firedog the readings you're showing me are predominantly red by a significant amount, in the 60 to 75 point range. What is the rgb color space of your document? Also what are the color settings in the color tabs of the print dialog?
if your image is RGB and you print as CMYK, the color convert could produce some wrong results.