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I just printed a black & white image that turned out spectacular. The file was RBG, B&W tinted and printed on Concorde Rag . The blacks where black black without being blocked up and the tones rich . It was exceptional. It is the first print that I have been in awe of the inkjet process.I have not had the time to devote to understanding profiles, curves, etc. So, this may be a question that has been covered over and over. How do I take the tones and apply this to other B & W photos so that all of a series has the same tones, hues, etc? Is this what is meant by "profile" ? If this is from a Epson 600, will I really be amazed by a 1200? starling - Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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