Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway

Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway
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The ratio of 4 x 6 is 1.5. So if you know what the short side should be, just multiply it by 1.5 (or if you know the long side, divide by 1.5 to ascertain the short side). Short side: 12 Long side: 18 Short side: 24 Long side: 36 And so on


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inkAID is specifically made for random types of paper and other materials. http://www.inkaid1.com/inkaid-white-matte-precoating


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Done using Epson print settings in Photoshop CS6...So i've had the same cropping problem with my sc p00 and i did some test prints at different settings. The method that works closest to what you need is as follows...I first made the image exact to the size i was printing in my case 8.5x11. that's the aspect and actual size in photoshop. In the printer ...


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On my EPSON Stylus Photo R2880, if I want to print borderless, I need to select a different paper size. In the print menu, some of the paper options are: 10x15cm (4x6 in) 10x15cm (4x6 in) (Sheet feeder - Borderless (auto-expand)) 10x15cm (4x6 in) (Sheet feeder - Borderless (retain size)) The first option will always give me a ~3mm border. The other two ...


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Do you print without borders? If yes, the printer needs to expand the image to a larger area to ensure that there are no white stripes left. Even more expensive printers do that. If you need borderless images exactly 10x15 cm in size, consider printing more on a larger paper and then cut to size.


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Try unchecking "zoom to fill".


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One experiment is worth 1000 expert opinions.— Bill Nye, the science guy Go ahead, enlarge a small portion (read inexpensively) of your image to see what you will get.


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Try combining the image scanned horizontally and vertically. Align the images as close as possible and print the composite to minimize the scanning artifacts. Even if you have only one image as the original, there will be some improvement as no scanner and printer is perfectly aligned both in the scan and the cross-scan directions.


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Museum-quality glass isn't much of a specification. For ripple-free, parallel surface sides; specify "float" glass. There are a variety of surface coatings available for control of reflections and limiting ultraviolet transmissions that would fade dyes and pigments regardless of how stable their colorants. Specify those as desired in addition to the quality ...


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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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