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From my trial and error experience, I learned the print drivers for this model defaults to managing the colors for you, but so does Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. You cannot have both the print drivers and graphic editing software, both manage colors simultaneously. It's basically one too many cooks in the kitchen.
 
Make sure to disable color management on the print driver and let Lightroom completely manage the process.
 
Also, make sure your monitor is color calibrated because if it is not, you could be editing your photos in a way the display is not showing you. This can throw off your colors. So I recommend, if you don't already don't have one, a colorimeter such as the Spyder 5 from Datacolor or the ColorMunki Display calilbrator from X-Rite.
Also, make sure your monitor is color calibrated because if it is not, you could be editing your photos in a way the display is not showing you. This can throw off your colors. So I recommend, if you don't already don't have one, a colorimeter such as the Spyder 5 from Datacolor or the ColorMunki Display calilbrator from X-Rite.
 
Lastly, calibrating your camera with aan x-rite colorchecker passportColorChecker Passport.
Lastly, calibrating your camera with aan x-rite colorchecker passportColorChecker Passport.
 
So in order, set your software to manage colors and disable color management at the driver level; calibrate your monitor; and finally calibrate your dSLR or mirrorless body.
 
P.S. I have this same printer too and I learned the above sets through a lot of trial and error and lots of reading online about photo inkinject printers and I do get better results from my Pro-100 than a photolab. I still send out stuff when I want metalic or pearlessence prints.

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From my trial and error experience, I learned the print drivers for this model defaults to managing the colors for you, but so does Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop.   You cannot have both the print drivers and graphic editing software, both manage colors simultaneously.  It's basically one too many cooks in the kitchen.

Make sure to disable color management on the print driver and let Lightroom completely manage the process.

Also, make sure your monitor is color calibrated because if it is not, you could be editing your photos in a way the display is not showing you.  This can throw off your colors.  So I recommend, if you already don't have one, a colorimeter such as the Spyder 5 from Datacolor or the ColorMunki Display calilbrator from X-Rite.

Lastly, calibrating your camera with a x-rite colorchecker passport.

So in order, set your software to manage colors and disable color management at the driver level; calibrate your monitor; and finally calibrate your dSLR or mirrorless body.

P.S.  I have this same printer too and I learned the above sets through a lot of trial and error and lots of reading online about photo inkinject printers and I do get better results from my Pro-100 than a photolab.  I still send out stuff when I want metalic or pearlessence prints.

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