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Why Do I Get Bluish Tint On Epson 1400 Prints?

Reply Dylan June 11, 2008 at 1:27 am Thanks alot bud, this helped a whole lot while I was completeing a french project Reply Jo June 13, 2008 at 11:19 pm ID and Pshop do use the same color engine (unless you change the defaults). bw, epson, image, paper, papers, photo, photography, photoshop, printer, results, select Search this Thread Advanced Search Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post I touched the Holy Grail With CS3 or LR2.3, the prints are dark with a magenta hue; blue skies are brutal.

The photo premium glossy helped tremendously! Reply Martin Dörsch April 11, 2008 at 9:38 am Hi I have problems with my HP ColorLaserJet 3600 running on my Mac. There is no straight feed path for thick media though, so heavy fine art materials are not going to be usable with this printer. You would be able to use the same default setting you did with the original carts! Clicking Here

So simple and yet so effective. Of course, you don't know exactly how they should look. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! I agree with the others here that the 3rd party ink is the problem and that you need to have custom profiles made by you, or an outside source for the

If on the other hand, you just wanted replacement inks that are also dye based and similar to the Claria color gamut - then you bought the wrong ink. Better if you can find out what paper that profile is designed for. Terms of Use LinkBack Thread URL About LinkBacks Bookmark & Share Digg this Thread! Stay logged in Sign up now!

I'm pretty sure the issue lies in the cyan colors of the CIS system but I have no idea how to fix that. Unless I have a huge RGB pdf I might use CM from indesign. benbangerter, Feb 19, 2009 #1 custom film holders for flatbed scanners i1 Display 2 from Amazon is one of the better prices I have seen. https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4004748 Ultimately, if you spec 50% cyan in the CMYK Photoshop image, and you spec 50% cyan in InDesign, and Preserve Numbers is turned on, you're going to get 50% cyan in

Hi, You can't 'calibrate' your existing profiles, and won't have one that matches your printer/paper, so will need to get a 'Custom ICC Printer Profile' made for you from an online Click the printer tab and in your Brother Laser dialog box under Color Matching, choose ColorSync "Automatic" NOT Brother Color. 5. it seems that when you input numbers for cmyk or rgb they should change correspondingly, but that doesn't seem to be the case and i've begun to not trust the color Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Tweet about this Post!

I got some great prints off my inkjet, that converted beautifully to the web and to a gang printed brochure. http://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/32-digital-processing-software-printing/75022-i-think-i-found-holy-grail-bw-printing-epson-1400-printer.html EthanLLK Screen Printing 6 August 31st, 2014 11:04 AM Epson Stylus Photo 1410 All Black GoofyHTS Screen Printing Equipment 4 August 24th, 2014 01:37 PM epson 1400 or wf7510 djque Dye Here's the workflow. Regards « Free photo editor | Canon 8800f or Epson V500 scanner » Bookmarks Facebook Twitter Digg Tags - Make this thread easier to find by adding keywords to it!

Can you post a screencap of PS6 print dialogue..im curious. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Tweet about this Post! The 1400 and 1430 are Claria printer models, so use of the full set of inks and appropriate profiles are necessary when using ConeColor inks in these non-K3 printer models. I love that feature.

The 7620 print really light films and I was really nervous. Great to hear. IT"S YOUR INKS!!! Here's a picture from my comic, and yes it is a My Little Pony fan comic I worked on, with a comparison of how the page is suppose to look and

I'm hoping I've come to the right place to answer a particularly troubling issue I've been having with my new Epson Artisan 1430 and the continuous inking system I got for That's simply my problem and it is very prominent on pages that have more grey scale values to them. login help Forgot your password?

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If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. Reply With Quote Quick reply to this message March 24th, 2015 Mar 24, 2015 10:26:19 AM - #10 (permalink) Brkoslavojevski Forum Member T-Shirt Member You can call me: Borut But if you need to have number-accurate color matching between the image and an InDesign swatch, you should probably convert the image to CMYK, then match the color numbers, then import I bought a 7620 for my office printer and I needed a 13x19 printer the night my 1400 died RIP.

I ran a nozzle check and it worked perfectly. Although - can be cheaper than using original inks but as Joe rightly says, get decent compatible inks and the problems will disappear. -- hide signature --Zone8: Although I am a The options are document RGB, working RGB, apple RGB, etc, but no paper or printer profiles. In general, if you do all these things, you should be getting pretty accurate color, and the colors between Photoshop and InDesign should certainly match up.

Joe -- hide signature --MY VIDEO CHANNEL. You can go to Dry Creek Photo: http://www.drycreekphoto.com/tools/ to download targets (and a wealth on information on color management topics). What Inks are you using. And before I forget the paper I'm using is a Hammermill brand 11x17 28lb bright white paper so that I could print these comics in official size.

If you want to print directly onto inkjet coated CD/DVD media, the included tray and software will handle the job pretty easily. Correct your RGB image in Photoshop using the proof profile of your laser printer. Using the glossy setting has the advantage of giving you RPM quality (the Matte setting it only goes up to Best Photo) and I think that's one reason for the great Why do I get bluish tint on Epson 1400 prints?

It appears that you have a color management problem. And on top of that you are printing on to regular copy paper. I did MANY head cleanings, and many test pattern prints. Here you can select what type of image you’re printing to have the driver compensate and make adjustments to the print automatically with the Fix Photo settings (Figure 8), or fine

Caitlyn Reply Ewan Main April 14, 2010 at 2:48 am Caitlyn, I think I can answer that, if you're on a Mac. (If you're on Windows, apologies and please ignore what http://www.photosnowdonia.co.uk/ZPS/ItiFlagLensList.pdf I figured as much. and if so... Thank you!

Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Tweet about this Post! __________________ "Science and invention benefited most of all from the printing press." | https://www.youtube.com/user/FullSpectrumVideo | https://sellfy.com/PlanetaryPrints Reply With Quote http://www.photosnowdonia.co.uk/ZPS/ItiFlagLensList.pdf As far as compatible inks go what would any of you recommend for an Epson Artisan 1430?