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Date: Wed, 23, December, 2009 Views: 3779
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Keywords: Ektacolor Printing
Film make, size & rating:: Asda Processing Fuji ISO 800Z
Paper:: Endura
Paper developer & temp:: 92 F Ektacolor

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Rob Archer

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Registered: September 2008
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Tue, 12, January, 2010 8:07pm

I rather like the muted colours here. I see so many clour images where the colours seems to 'swamp' the subject. I'm seeing a slight magenta cast here (although that may be my monitor) - I've not done any colour printing for years, but I remember how frustrating it can be!


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B&W Neil

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Registered: October 2008
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Mon, 8, February, 2010 9:18am

To my eye I agree this has a slight pink / magenta cast so a bit more tweaking with the filters required. Maybe a little more density would help as well to give the colours a tad more bite.


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