I'd like to calibrate my screen, my printer and my scanner, but I don't wont to spend a LOT of money on it. Is it possible to get a decent result with freeware and color samples from the local paint supplier?
From the paintsupplier I got a lot of cards with color samples. Theese have a color code printet next to each color. I think the code is NCS color.
My dream is to be able to scan theese cards, view them on the screen, print them out again and also send them to my favorite online photo service and get a paper copy back. And guess what, I'd like the colors to be identical all the way from the original, on the LCD monitor, on my own printout, and the printout from my photoservice.
Where do I start?