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Re: Generations 5 with PGPP?



I can't help but think that you are getting too much
ink down.  You might try a different paper setting, or
right before printing, setting the black output in
Levels up a few levels, i.e., 4-6-8 or thereabouts.

I haven't really noticed this effect with my current
profiles.

bob snow

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From: <PhotoRoy6@aol.com>
Subject: Re: Generations 5 with PGPP?


With Generation 5 there is bronzing and a grain effect
in darker colors. While it might be a step forward for
pigments on glossy paper it still needs improvement.
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