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Below that section is the Color Management section. Set Color Handling to Photoshop Manages Colors and set the Printer Profile to the correct printer/paper combination. For example, if you're using the Epson Stylus Photo R3000 with Premium Photo Paper Glossy paper, you would select SPR3000 Epson Premium Glossy. In the options below this, be sure the Rendering Intent is set to Relative Colorimetric and the Black Point Compensation checkbox is checked.
For example if I place hues of very light yellows, blues, cyans, greens
next to each other (getting close to a RGB value of 255,255,255) I can
see when soft-proofing that some are noticably darker than others when
they should all be around the same brightness.
Is this something you have found too in your work?
Do you know if there
is a way to compensate for this when printing? I would rather have a
more restricted saturation for some hues if it meant the brightness was