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Hello everyone!

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by André, Nov 5, 2016.

  1. Nov 5, 2016
    André

    André Printing Apprentice

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    Hi all. Over the summer I decided to buy my first photo printer and went with the Canon pixma pro-100. Since then I have been doing a lot of tests and have purchased a few different finishes of paper (satin, matte, glossy). I have also been watching a lot of YouTube videos (Jose Rodriguez mostly... amazing content and incredible amount of it... thank you) and reading here trying to understand the entire process properly.

    So far so good and I am happy with the results for the most part. There are times my prints still come out too dark. From what I've understand this is related to my monitor calibration. I do have a spyder 3 (or 4 can't remember now). I keep working at really nailing down the workflow but still not fully there yet I guess.

    I am also now on precision color inks. I printed test prints on the original inks and now pc inks and the results were great so I know the above issue with dark prints is all me and just a matter of me getting things calibrated.

    Anyways, looking forward to contributing and gaining your help where possible.

    Thanks you
     
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