I am in the process of learning about color management and trying to impliment a workflow.
The designers/prepress are will be preparing files in Photoshop for three different presses and do not know which press the file will end up being printed on.
I have two questions:
#1 - is this general workflow okay- any putfalls to be concerned with.
[Prepress works in either supplied profile working space or ProPhoto RGB. They soft proof with most probable printer. They hard proof using the same source profile as was soft proofed. The RIP (Colorburst) RIPs the RGB with the actual printer profile]
#2 - If they prepress wants/needs to work in a CMYK working space, is there a good, generic CMYK space with an wide gaumet? Like the Pro Photo RGB but in CMYK, so they won’t have to worry about clipping colors?
Thanks for any help!