New Canon Rebel xti photos won't print on my Epson Photo R320
I have just gotten a new camera - the Canon Rebel xti. I have an Epson Photo R320 color printer that I have been using w/o problems for the past two years. I used to be able to print photos directly from photoshop w/o any issues. Now, no matter what program I try to print from (photoshop, Digital Photo Professional-provided software from Canon) the photos come out dark with a blueish tint.
Does anyone know what the problem could be?
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Are you possibly shooting pictures in RAW format? Photo kiosks such as those at Walgreens won't recognize Canon RAW photos, only JPEGs. Check the camera's image quality settings, as described beginning on page 60 of the manual.
Hi there its depend on the camera type. I mean some time the photo identity no showing the date. For example Sony Camera showing the photo no DSC XXX01012010. Its mean its taken 01 JAN 2010. Some camera mention normal photo identity. But as per your requirement is not possible to change the camera software setting. You have to identify by Serial no. I hope i explain you the full things. If you want to know more then let me know. I try to batter explanation then, Thanks.
you can do that if you're doing direct printing (camera to printer) using the caera transfer settings, or if you want to save them to your omputer, you need to download the photos using the EOS utility (comes with the camera) and add the [date & time] stamp from the software settings
You can actually still keep taking photos with your camera without loosing the images. The XTi will never delete the images off a card unless you press the trashcan key and tell it to "delete all".
It's always good practice in these situations to have a memory card reader handy. You can pick up a compact flash reader for your XTi for about $14 at BestBuy or many other retaillers.
But to answer your question: Use the ZoomBrowser EX software that came with the camera. If your Picasa is set to automatically connect and download every time the camera is connected - temporarily disable it. That way it wont inturrupt Canon's software (which I prefer).