Friday, August 19, 2011
But why should this be? After all, you have a fine digital camera and a good lens, and even an excellent color printer. The problem is not in your equipment, but in the print itself and the process of making it. Think of the limitations of that color print: for starters, it holds only a fraction of the color information that you saw on your computer monitor. An ink-jet printer, even under the best of circumstances, cannot reproduce the RGB gamut of your monitor. Plus, there is an enormous range of quality in ink-ink jet papers themselves: cheap or expensive, glossy, matte, and so on; and this all greatly affects print quality and consistency.
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Posted by Dave Hutt at 2:33 PM