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Endura vs Crystal Archive skin tones

Discussion in 'Printers, Monitors, and Color Management' started by feathermm, Jul 18, 2008.

  1. I've been grumbling about my D300 blowing out highlights on faces ever since I started shooting portraits and weddings with it and having prints made. The highlights bloom heavily into yellow/white blotches when printed (not seeing it on my Eizo), even when I turned the contrast down on the RAW files in LR.

    I was using Meridian and Adorama for prints on Edura paper.

    I decided to send an order to H&H, which charges six times what Meridian does for 4X6 prints and about four times for enlargements.

    But wow, what a difference! They use Fuji Crystal Archive and no more blooming highlights.

    So, is it the paper or the lab? What are your thoughts and experience with the two?
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