Yes all coments are welcome, I'm not dreaming about spending a fortune.
I shoot adobe RGB exclusively, I love the adobe rgb gammut. I want to be able to color correct in adobe rgb gammut and convert to print in as close to the same gammut as possible.
How can I do this on a 72% adobe rgb monitor?
TaoTeJared you said you calibrated your monitor, great, you will notice that all of the monitors I mentions included hardware calibration units and software.
You can calibrate a 72% monitor all you want and it will be accurate to print if you have set up a profile. But you wont be able to use or see 28% of the Adobe gammut.
I am not spending money for the sake of it, i started this topic to see what people thought BEFORE i spend money.
In all honesty I am looking at a 90-100% adobe rgb monitor with everything else standard.
I am wondering what color gammut are used by the printers in the city I live in and how to set up a profile that will be accurate when I print. But that will be a long process.
Re precise printing testing 123 (thanks for a detailed post) I never said I have a new problem, I just have a problem. I am not currently selling anything, so if it's not that accurate when printed, I am not that bothered. But after I am fully set up it will drive me crazy,I want to avoid the problems.