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Canon Pro100 Snowy Print

Discussion in 'Printers, Monitors, and Color Management' started by Minuteman3, Dec 5, 2018.

  1. I’ve been very pleased with the prints I make with my Pro100. I generally use Red River polar paper and some 3rd party inks. Excellent results over and over.

    I took an image of a red Christmas ball on some snow yesterday. It looks wonderful on my monitor. But, I was thinking this one may be difficult to reproduce as a print. So, I tried. Although I might tweak the brightness just a pinch, overal I like the result a great deal.

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    If you’re looking for a great printer up to 13x19, I really recommend the Pro100. Especially when it’s on sale!!

  2. White on white paper is always tough. I've been told that lowering the white point a tad will make for better prints--though I have never tried it. If your white is exactly like the paper, great; otherwise it stands out.
  3. I did make some further adjustments, including adding some additional Brightness in Canon's Printstudio Pro, and tried again .... and I am quite impressed. This is a very difficult image to print ... and, in person, it looks very nice!! The bottom left corner is a bit blown out, but overall it looks like ... snow!!

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  4. Growltiger

    Growltiger Administrator Administrator

    That second one looks very good. Looks like snow and ice to me.
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  5. Even the "blown out" section is distinguishable from the base paper and the snow looks clean and white.
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  6. Looks three dimensional.
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  7. Pawl


    Aug 10, 2013
    Lovely ideal well reproduced the improved version is better although both are good, nice idea for cards, can I borrow the idea?
  8. Sure!! :) 

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