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sleepsafe Registered since 21st Jun 2009
Sun 30-Sep-12 02:12 AM

I'm new at printing photos. I have been using a 7900 in a photo lab at the JuCo, and have a Epson 4900 to be delivered next week. I noticed on some of the photos when I go to print them, they are greyed out. I understand this is a Gamut warning function of PS. The thing I don't understand is how to avoid it, or fix it when it happens. It's frustrating to put a lot of work into post processing a print only to find this when I hit the print function.

Is this a function of the type of paper? Hey, I like deep, vibrant colors and the processing I do reflects that. I just don't know how to avoid or fix it when it happens.

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