« on: March 05, 2015, 05:29:21 PM »
whatever, sheesh....You can use soft-proofing in LR5 to estimate colour loss...I like the way you put it there, I'd add that color loss is estimated rather accurately.
No it isn't, Lightroom soft proofing does a very inaccurate job of any decent printers true gamut potential. Try it, make two prints one that you have 'adjusted' for what LR says is in gamut, and send one straight to the printer, the one that went straight to the printer will be much more saturated and closer to your original image on screen.
Rendering intent is very important, but soft proofing as done in LR, is not.
We have zero respect for each other, that is fine, but the difference is I back up everything I say.
This guy is a world authority on colour management and his findings align with my empirical results.