I should start off by explaining that color management is completely new to me. So, Im sure most of my questions will seem nieve to many of you.
I have a new Eizo ColorEdge CE240W. I also have a new eye-on display 2 calibrator. For printing, I use Epson glossy inkjet photo paper in my Epson R2400.
My primary concern is that skin tones look great on my monitor, but when I print, the skin tones take on a pale green/tan color.
So far, I have calibrated my monitor and created a profile (Gamma=2.2; Whitness= 6500K; and Luminance=100). The new profile is now the default setting for the monitor. That process seemed pretty straight forward, although I didnt see much difference in an image displayed on the monitor comparing before and after calibration.
Its adjusting Photoshop to take advantage of the new profile that is concerning me. I went to Color Settings and set the RGB Working Space with the name of the profile file I created. Under Color Management Policies, I changed it to read: convert to working RGB.
In my printer setup box, I set it to allow the printer to determine colors.
I would really appreciate some help in solving this.