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  • smurfing
    Color photo printing
    by smurfing

    Could anyone advise/help me please?

    When I print any photograph and it is put on display (in daylight) they always seem to have a very limited life before the colors start to change dramatically
    This seems to leave the only option of having to reprint every couple...
    12-05-2011, 06:18 AM
  • Doug Nelson
    [Definition] RC Paper
    by Doug Nelson
    RC stands for "resin coated". I have no idea what resin they use, but it's basically photo printing paper with a fiber paper layer sandwiched between two sheets of plastic, with the printing emulsion on top of one of the plastic sheets.

    Introduced in the mid-70s, its far and...
    01-31-2002, 06:18 PM
  • Gerry Monaghan
    Epson 2200P News
    by Gerry Monaghan
    Hi Guys,
    Well I went to the Mac World Expo at the Javits Center in NYC just to see the Epson 2200P in action. The Epson area was big and full of displays. Everybody was hanging around the 2200, and grabing prints off the tray before they hit. Lots of questions from all sorts of perspectives;...
    07-21-2002, 08:56 AM
  • Ahmed V. Ismail
    Original to Restored Image Color Matching
    by Ahmed V. Ismail
    Is there a way to take a color reading from an original print and input it into Photoshop CS so that the restored image matches the original in background tone?

    I have a continual problem with matching the color of the original in my restored copies printed on my Epson 4000.
    03-21-2005, 10:31 PM
  • G. Couch
    psychology of color (sort of long)
    by G. Couch
    I came across an interesting article about digital color a while back, that I can't find now... Anyway, the basic gist of the article was how artists have to be trained to ignore the psychology of color in order to produce realistic imagery. The author used 3-D art, such as digital movie effects, as...
    06-10-2002, 11:31 PM