|Havana icon, by Charles Jaggers|
Best practice is to calibrate your monitor using a device like a Huey or a Colorvision Spyder and then download the special profile supplied by Blurb. This is then imported into Photoshop [CS] and used to preview how your image looks if printed using Blurb's presses. You have to switch it on and off in CS but it gives you a remarkably accurate preview of how the finished article will appear. Unfortunately it's not available for Photoshop Elements...
|WOW! Colour from Marietta McGregor in Hemingway's El Floridita bar, Havana|
|Wow! Colour from Natalie Hitchens. An original Cuban car in resplendent pink!|
|Afternoon tea Chez Charles - thanks to Marion for the amazing spread, fit for a president!|
|Did someone mention scones?|
|Colin and Janice discussing the merits of bookmaking software apps over lunch at Fairy Bower|
|Anyone for Photoshop? Textures overlaid using Blend Modes and more by Robin Nichols|