Hi, After wading through Adobe website for ages, I could find no information on ICM awareness of Adobe Elements application, NO INFORMATION or assurance that what comes out of the printer would be a close match to what is seen on screen, when working with my digital photos !!!
The Adobe website looks like it could have been built on another planet !
Perhaps you could add some information about COLOUR MANAGEMENT / workflow etc. ...Monitor/scanner/printer profiles etc. AND HOW Adobe ESSENTIALs will do all that for me ? !!!
Light & color | Pixels, images, & files | Getting started | Scanners | Digital cameras | Printers | Papers and inks | Monitor calibration and gamma | Printer calibration | Scanning | Image editing | B&W printing | Matting and framing | Tonal quality and dynamic range in digital cameras
Image editing with Picture Window Pro
Introduction | Making and using masks | Contrast masking | Tinting and hand coloring B&W images | Example: Sunset, Providence
Understanding image sharpness and MTF
Introduction | Film and lenses | Scanners and sharpening | Printers | Lens testing | Depth of Field | Digital cameras vs. film | Grain
Introduction to Color science and Color management | Implementation part 1: Setup, working color space, profile anatomy | Implementation part 2: Monitor profiling, workflow details | Obtaining ICC profiles and using MonacoEZcolor | Evaluating color in printers and ICC profiles. "
Instead of MASSES of information about "cloud" technology, and LOTS of examples of how to RUIN my digital photos, I WOULD PREFER SOME INFORMATION ON HOW Adobe Elements WILL HELP BE PRINT THE THINGS OUT PROPERLY !!!!!!