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>> You can't use just black ink. You get terribly GRAINY results. >> >> Jerry > >Jerry, I have used just the black ink, and don't get the grainy results >you are talking about . . .in fact, my two images that were accepted at >professional photographers of america competition were done that way. I >was wondering why yours were grainy . . .I am using a PC. >Kathy Kathy, I can't understand it. Everybody complains about getting grainy prints on any epson, on any paper, if you only use black ink. I've tried everything. All are Grainy. They look like a sharp tri x grain, very undesirable Are you doing anything unusual? This would be a good solution for color shifts. Also, a Duotone seems to take care of color shifts. Jerry - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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