Anybody else unhappy with Red River's R3000 profiles?

Started Mar 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
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just Tony
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SUCCESS with Epson Ultra Premium Photo Paper Glossy
In reply to just Tony, Mar 23, 2013

Using Epson's SPR3000 Premium Glossy profile, all of the gradients are textbook-perfect.

This too is vastly better then the results I've achieved with any Red River paper in the R3000: the hue separations between the red and magenta swatches, and the blue and the purple swatches, are very good indeed.

I no longer need to feel that the $800 msrp R3000 is inferior to my $100 Canon all in one.

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