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Photo pictures tend to have a pink tinge to them.

I have just been printing a few photos and they turned out great. Next one has a slight tinge of pink to it. They are all new colours!
This often happens to me when I am printing. Please help. I am almost going to give up printing my own photos.
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Try changing the resolution from standard to high each time.

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