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> The Sienna Mileca printer is one of many continuous-tone photographic > process digital printers commonly available today. The Sienna seems to have > pretty good commentary as a printer that produces excellent images. > > High-volume labs charge for Sienna prints at about $0.95 for 5x7s and $2.95 > for 8x10s. RGB files, 300 ppi, 8-bit color, TIFF images changed to JPEG. > They use a closed, proprietary color-management system, though. Thus, > absent going through a profiling effort, you're stuck with the colors you > get. > > More custom labs exist. These labs will offer color management via reading > your profile tag embedded in your file. Thus, no color profiling effort is > needed. But, cost of prints is substantially higher (Sienna printer, $6 per > 5x7, $11 per 8x10). Where is such a lab? Karin - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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