Last week, I have written about colorspace independence, and today I will introduce the sister feature : color profile. ICC Profiles are a standard that allow colors to be rendered the same way on your screen, than on your neighbourgh screen, on your printer and from your scanner. You can find more information on the site of the International Color Consortium. Krita uses lcms for managing the profiles. If you don’t have a profile for your devices, lprof can help you do build it.
Once you have your profiles, you will be interested in using the setting dialog of krita :
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