I got into this project of printing a calendar with my best photos of the year, and I’m starting to regret it. The complexity of printing your own stuff is way beyond what I first imagined. Grammage (lbs vs gsm anyone?), gloss, opacity, brightness, rolls vs reams, who would have thought printing would get so complicated after Gutenberg?
I’m pretty advanced in the project, but because I’m having trouble finding paper (yes, you heard that right), I’m considering delegating all this to a print shop again. Unfortunately, they’re asking for CMYK files and from what I can tell, Darktable can only render in RGB (sRGB or Adobe RGB) colorspaces. Is there any way I can accomodate my print shop and provide them with an actual CMYK file?
I know this is like asking to fit a square peg in a round hole, but I figured I might at least open up the discussion so it’s settled: is that something that is (eventually?) feasible in Darktable?