jrkliny

jrkliny

Lives in United States United States
Has a website at www.specialplacesphoto.com
Joined on Oct 5, 2007

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  • The need for soft proofing seems to be a strong argument against using a large gamut workspace.  With a large gamut, I cannot see on my monitor the colors that are present.  Nor can I print them.  ...
  • I am one who is lurking and reading the posts.  I certainly see no reason that this should be locked.  I am starting to understand the issues better because of this discussion. Personally I am ...
  • There is another option that does not require special parts and syringes and does not require clean up afterwards.  I jammed the tip of an office scissors into the valve.  Removed the scissors and ...
  • You should be able to contact Epson and Canon for proposals, warranties, and pricing.
  • Clearly I agree about the strange take it or leave it attitude.  I use Red River whenever possible.  All of their papers are available in 17x25 sheets.  The prices are decent and I am very happy ...
  • Something is not right with the video explanation or maybe with my unit.  I still need to apply gentle downward pressure until just before the printer actually starts to print.
  • I found first hand how dirty a printer can get and how easily it is to block the drain tube.  After a year of occasional printing, I left on vacation for several months.  I purged the entire 3880 ...
  • Thanks.  Like it or not, my choices are pretty limited for only 17x25 sheets.  I am not sure if cutting sheets is better than cutting from rolls.  I guess that depends on the paper and whether it ...
  • thanks,  which supplier are you buying from?  I know when buying mat board, I would be charged for oversized shipping costs for over about 20x30.  I assume you are buying in large quantities where ...
  • I think the 17x22 size is strictly historical accident and nothing intentional or due to cutting efficiency.  Manufacturers seem to have no problem cutting 17" rolls.  I want to print as large as ...
  • Not from B&H or Atlex and not on the Canson webpage for papers I have been interested in.
  • Neither company sells 17x25 sheet paper.  They want to sell 17x22 which would downsize my 16x24 prints to 14x21.  Not interested.
  • These look like head strikes rather than just random blobs due to a defective print head.  I will guess this is not happening with regular RC or other thin paper.  Again, make sure your platen gap ...
  • Yup, I used some heavy papers that required the rear feed and quickly encountered the same problems with my almost new 3880. When you use the sheet feeder, you load paper and the printer handles ...
  • If this has nothing to do with the PD softgloss rag and is happening with other papers, as mentioned above, the outlook is not good.
  • Replied in Foe jrklony
    I mentioned DFS because that is the abbreviation used on the Qimage screen and I never seem to remember what is stands for.  I did mention focus when I meant to say sharpen.  DFS is a sharpening tool.
  • Here is an example of using DOF to create an image.  The front is in sharp focus.  The rest of the image is a bit softer.  This was shot at f/16 with an APS-C sensor.  With a FF, this would have ...
  • I do not focus stack. First I do not shoot studio work. I shoot mainly outdoors in gardens, sometimes in greenhouses. Tripods are typically not allowed and not suitable. Shooting in nature means ...
  • Start by cleaning the head.  J Toolman has a video.  You can also find a video at Inkjet Mall.  They use their proprietary cleaning solution but Windex will work.  Also check your settings.  I ...
  • I wish but that is not likely. So far I have had two lenses burn out their focusing motors. I scratched one and the inner dust seal also broke and jammed so repair costs were not worthwhile. So I ...
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