Epson Stylus Photo R3000
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Hi! I changed a setting last week trying to print a B&W photo. I finally gave up. Now, when I print my color photos, they start looking like a negative. I've cleaned the head cleaning as well as print head alignment (previous print had lines throughout). I've even reset the defaults and checked for a new driver. Sample of print on glossy paper. Made sure the paper selected matched the paper being used. I've even tried plain paper and luster. Printing from Adobe; but have also just...
By: JimTomPolk (Apr 22, 2016)
I am printing from an iMac with El Capitan with current Epson software. The photos I want to print are edited and resized, ready for the final touch, some output sharpening. I am trying to match up the settings for the Printer Resolution inkjet settings for NIK Sharpener Pro 3 (1440x720, 1440x1440, 2880x1440, etc) with the settings in the Epson R3000 printer dialog box (which are just 1440, 1440 (TWICE!) and 5760, NO 2nd number). In the Printer Settings dialog, I have the following Output...
By: nebulaflux (Nov 20, 2015)
Hi everyone Im looking for a decent printer and have had my eye on the r3000 for some time now, Im a design student and looking to print my own magazine layouts. My designs are heavy in photography and the laser printers (which are good for text) just dont cut it for photography. I wanted to see whether the r3000 might do a better job at the photos but also manage to still print text relatively well. I'd like to send you a pdf of some of my layout 4 x a4 sheets. here is an example of what I'm...
Hi My R3000 is now on matte black and when I want to switch to Photo Black it gives the message 'empty cartridge'. When I place another cart in it it still gives the same message. Is there a way to reset or something like that the printer so it will recognize the cartridge? Thanks Ferdinand (ps I use Inkrepublic CSS system)
By: aurora987 (Dec 2, 2014)
Hi, I can't figure out why my Epson R3000 is printing my b&w in a greenish color. And it is not like there is an even green cast, it's green only in the darkest areas. I have had good b&w prints all week, letting 'printer manage color' with advanced b&w. I didn't change any settings/paper/the way I made the b&whites before they suddenly started coming out greenish. The printer is low on light light black, but I haven't been asked to change it yet. But could this be it? I am not keen on...
I am printing on an Epson R3000 from Photoshop. My question is: can I (how can I) use an ICC profile for my Canson rag photographique paper when printing in advanced B&W? I have the profile for the paper installed, but I am not allowed to choose the profile when Color handling is set to "printer manages colors". And I have to use "printer manages color" when i want to use the advanced B&W? Or is my only option "Photoshop manages colors", and then do all the Color Settings-things correctly in...
I finally found THE way to print with Epson Photo R3000 at best of its color rendition. Of course this is my experience and I am glad to have a solution (kg of waste photo paper to find) I am just asking if anyone in the world had the same problems. To reach this conclusion, the big applications, adobe's LR and PS, are not giving same results. Spending time and wasting paper, I made all controls as suggested in Epson and Adobe documentation, like setting printer or application manages colors...
I'm finally biting the bullet and buying a professional printer. I want larger than A4, so have gone for A3+ and have then narrowed my selection to these two models (Canon Pixma Pro-1 or Epson Stylus Photo R3000) on the basis of perceived suitability for B+W printing, as I expect to fully appreciate the additional black tones present in these two printers. Expected workload is sporadic heavy use. When the heavy is on, I expect to be printing perhaps 100+ pages per week. When it's off, I'm...
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