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Farbenwerk is a Germany-based producer of high quality replacement inks. There you can find pigment ink replacements for many dye printers, e.g. the Epson 1500W. Unfortunately, as can be seen from here, it seems that they do not have pigment ink for the 5140. This is at least a hint that it is not possible to print pigment ink with this printer.


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To me (US-based tech support for graphic artists), that does sounds a little odd. The number of copies and size of print says big inkjet printer to me and most of those types of printers prefer RGB input as the printer itself will convert RGB to whatever color system it uses internally (which may be more colors than just C, M, Y and K). Technically and in a ...


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You did not define the target physical dimensions of the printout and the layout of the images. Let's say you want 7 rows, each row contains 9 images. This defines a 675 x 525 pixel combined image. If you want to print with 300 dpi, the print area is: (675/300) x (525/300) inches = 2.25 x 1.75 inches ( = 5.7 x 4.45 cm) If you want to print with 150 dpi, ...


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I have a JPG file with a resolution of 3000x2077. How big can I print this image ? Just divide. If you want to print the image at 300 dpi, the size will be (3000px/300dpi x 2077px/300dpi) = 10in x 6.9in. If you want to print it as a poster, you'll have to accept a lower resolution. Say you want it to be 30" in the longer dimension: 3000px/30in = 100dpi, ...


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Starting with the display: If your computer display is not calibrated, you cannot be certain of what you are being shown by your display. Neither do you know what sort of colour space you are attempting to emulate. After calibrating the display, the printer should be calibrated to the identical colour space. The display is so vital that many people fit a ...


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There's a YouTube video entitled How to print photo on glass that may be helpful. It demonstrates a process whereby the glass is first coated with a 2-part transparent primer, printed in a flatbed inkjet printer that has adjustable head height. Colors are printed first, followed by a solid white layer. The primer components are shown at the very beginning of ...


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Colour space information is not useful in this instance because every printing machine will have its own assigned colour space. Some machines will not be able to accept colour space changes and some machines will only be able to use wide gamut or CIE specified colour space specifications. Potentially, you could specify any one from a hundred different colour ...


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Try Qimage - it's very good and I really liked it when I used to use Windows machines. It automatically up/downscales thee resolution to match the printer and it will (if you want) take a bunch of photos that you select and automatically arrange them to use as little paper as possible. You you could point it at a folder of photos, tell it what size you want ...


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Canvas prints are often easiest to print when compared with prints to be made on high art or glossy photographic paper. The reason is that the texture of the canvas removes some of the need to show super sharp detail. The detail becomes subsumed into the material texture of the canvas to an extent. The weave coarseness can help the photographer where ...


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Avoiding calculations can be done with image editing software. If you take software such as Photoshop Elements and select the cropping tool, you will see some number entry boxes along the menu bar at the top of the image frame. Enter the dimensions you want in the width and height boxes and 300 in the pixels per inch box. Crop the image using the crop tool, ...


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There are three basic principles here: You want at least 200 pixels per inch in your print. For most subjects, most people will start to see pixelated blockiness if you have less than that. 300 pixels per inch would be better, and that's especially true for a small print like this, because people are more likely to examine it very closely. For large prints ...


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It's easy: you take the desired DPI (dots per inch) and multiply it with the frame size. Say, your photolab (or printer) prints with 300 dpi. Then your picture must be at least 2.5*300 x 3.5*300 = 750x1050 pixels. However I doubt that you have such a low resolution in your Nikon :) I recommend to take photos with maximal available resolution. So you will ...


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I would like to have them reprinted but would like to have them printed on the same paper as they were originaally. Are there any labs that will do this? You'd have to confirm that the original paper is still in production -- it might not be. But as long as it is, any lab that's willing to do custom work should be able to do it for you. Googling ...


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I have just bought a Canon iP7250 and have set it up to print what I see on my screen using; In the Quick Setup window uncheck Borderless Printing Go to the Main Window and Color/Intensity check Manual and click Set At the bottom of that window check 'Print a pattern for color adjustment' From the drop down choose C M Y and the paper size etc. Print your ...


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Photography was born in 1827. Soon photo engineering was advancing at a rapid pace. In 1890, the Cyclographe a foyer variable was marketed by J. Damoizeau of Paris. This camera has a spring motor that rotates the camera. The result was a panoramic view 360⁰. The camera could be stopped in its rotation making the view any desired angle. What followed was a ...


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Your first steps are: look through all printer settings related to speed and quality and select maximum quality and lowest speed whereever possible. In particular, you will get best results with Epson with "best photo", "high speed" unchecked, "smoothing" unchecked and other processing unchecked too in Photoshop dialog select "printer manages colours" (the ...


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You don't need a dimmer bulb, you just need to disperse it properly so that it is more evenly distributed throughout the room. Rather than placing the bulb where it is shining directly on your monitor, place it in a fixture and bounce it off the neutrally colored walls and/or ceiling so the light is fairly uniform throughout the room. The standard (ISO norm ...



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