Evaluating the print


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Evaluating the print

My print is done, its come rolling out of the printer, and it looks pretty good. Before I show it to you, though, I want to take a look at this. This is a print of the image that the student gave me. So this is the original image that I got this is the image that had been edited up to the point where it looked good on screen. And it's a good print, it's a great shot obviously. There is a problem with the print though as we looked at it. It's just a little too blue, it's a subtle thing. The whites aren't as white as they could be. That's what I've got here on my screen. And as you'll recall we made one edit which was to add an adjustment layer that warmed it up, not adding warmth, but getting the whites back to where they need to be, and when I printed that, I got this image right here. So I'm hoping these shows up on camera.

You can see the before and after. And my upper image, though it looked right on screen, when it printed, it just wasn't really quite there...

Evaluating the print
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Evaluating the print provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Inkjet Printing for Photographers

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Photography
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