I have Huey PRO 1.5 with a continuous lighting monitor and all seems to work fine with that. http://www.photosnowdonia.co.uk/ZPS/ItiFlagLensList.pdf I figured as much. So if you’re an Epson 1400 owner and have struggled with getting good looking consistent bw prints, give it a try and see what you think. 09-30-2009, 07:24 AM #2 I always had a problem duplicating the subtle tones in the prints.
Youre monitor must be way too bright, so youre print look too dark..but in fact they msut be pretty good. In either case, it is likely a factor of the color management settings (either in Acrobat or InDesign). When using Photoshop controlled or printer controlled printing I most often got greenish, bluish casts that were off from the original. Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by bj nick, Jun 2, 2012. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/why-do-i-get-bluish-tint-on-epson-1400-prints.1055604/
I know that making my own prints and comics at home won't be cheap. And on top of that you are printing on to regular copy paper. 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? Reply nlx May 5, 2009 at 9:24 am What about CS4 ?
The eye dropper doesn't work. 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 For example, there are many different "reds" and "cyans." The profile says what the colors actually look like. the color management is off, the profiles have been selected and I still am wasting paper and ink on bad prints.
The first time it worked as you said but then I started messing with the settings and now it keeps showing a slight pinkish cast. I look forward to hearing from you again, Best wishes and Happy Holidays, Joel Reply Jos Plas February 14, 2010 at 1:36 pm It took me an hour to figure this Ensure the same color space. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
Help me out here with terminology and work flow before I go street-rat crazy with what's going on. Good OEM matched 3rd or Chinese ones? Switch to other proven inks such as Precisioncolors or Inkjetcarts.us. Colors are rich and vibrant, and skin tones are reproduced beautifully.
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 When you wrote "I treat color inkjet printers and color laser printers as RGB devices. Bob P. Trust the Numbers, not the Proof.
I end up with so many files and lose my vector data (everything turns into pixel data when imported into Photoshop)…. Joe -- hide signature --MY VIDEO CHANNEL. 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 Firstly go to your home folder, then Library, then ColorSync.
I got some great prints off my inkjet, that converted beautifully to the web and to a gang printed brochure. We are releasing a dye based ink product called InkThrift CL for Claria ink printers. I have a colourmunki and I love it. The 1430 is a Claria printer model, so can use ConeColor ink but the full set of ConeColor inks must be used with CCP specific profiles for the best quality output.
Hello! magenta-tinted looking ones with halftones to see if there is really any more or less UV blocking going on. InkOwl inks that I have used were pretty close to OEM color matching but I still would recommend creating your own custom profiles for you printer/ink/paper combo.
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How does one do that? I think this is something to do with the fact that InDesign does not switch off color management, and so you end up double color managed. 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 There is no straight feed path for thick media though, so heavy fine art materials are not going to be usable with this printer.
PentaxForums.com → Photography → Digital Processing, Software, and Printing → I think I found the Holy Grail for BW printing with the Epson 1400 printer! I have watched this and other threads talk about the monitor calibration being the major issue. Reply David Blatner Post authorMarch 12, 2008 at 1:01 pm Daniel, if you're getting rectangular patches, you need to read this post about Yucky Discolored Box Syndrome. Reply Tim February 29, 2008 at 1:21 pm "Trust the numbers not the proof" This is the ultimate truth in colour management, it is accurate and to a point demystifies the
You would be able to use the same default setting you did with the original carts! Thank! I used the Qtr software and was able to get excellent bw images but since it only printed in BO(black only) I was still wanting for the selected toning of the however based on recent discussions about the UV blockers, and if you think about light where a Red Film will be blocking out all light except Red coming through...
The real fun project I think is more trying to hack an Artisan 1430 to print like a DTS directly to the screen, similar to DTG, just changing the paper-motor-roller section http://www.dpchallenge.com/tutorial.php?TUTORIAL_ID=24 http://www.graphicconnectionkc.com/color-cast.html http://www.sitepoint.com/remove-a-color-cast-with-photoshop/ etaf, Jun 3, 2012 #2 wowzer Joined: Dec 28, 2009 Messages: 1,598 Also...