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Old Nov 18, 2004, 12:38 AM   #1
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I've had some problems with greenish or reddish black and white prints with Canon's Photo Pro glossy paper. The only thing I've found to be of help is to use the plus glossy profile with the Pro paper. It seems to remove the color casts introduced by the other profile, and I can't see any downside at all, although I suspect there is one.
I'd like to stick with the pro paper asit's available in my area in the 13x19 size, and Canon apparently doesn't make a 13x19 Plus Glossy.

Has anyone solved this problem in a different way?



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Old Nov 22, 2004, 5:04 AM   #2
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I've had some problems with greenish or reddish black and white prints with Canon's Photo Pro glossy paper. The only thing I've found to be of help is to use the plus glossy profile with the Pro paper. It seems to remove the color casts introduced by the other profile, and I can't see any downside at all, although I suspect there is one.
I'd like to stick with the pro paper as it's available in my area in the 13x19 size, and Canon apparently doesn't make a 13x19 Plus Glossy.

Has anyone solved this problem in a different way?


Try this:

http://www.photo-i.co.uk/Reviews/int...999/page_8.htm
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