Question about Canon PIXMA iP3000 InkJet Photo Printer
Lexmark 5650 prints in colour with a yellow green tinge; useless for photos. any ideas why and how I can correct it?
This could be one of many things.
Monitor Calibration to Printer.
Camera green Bias
And good many more
The thing is not to print direct from camera , but to use an image editor to colour correct.
A free simple one is Googles free Picasa.
Otherwise there are many more some free a lot to be paid for.
As always there is a learning curve.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
ive been printing photos on my new epson and im noticing the same thing i tired a different brand of paper (the dollar store kind) and there seems to be no greenish tint, im wondering if its actually the kodak paper itself i thought it might be the printer but the blacks on this other paper seem to be dead on. i also tried some hp paper in a 5x7 format insted of 4x6 and i didn't notice the greeny tint so my assumption is its the paper.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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