Hello to all,
I have to say I LOVE my DSC-S70. I work with the pictures is Adobe Photoshop and print them on my Epson Photo printer. I've gotten lots of wow's. My question is on the charging. Do you have to unplug the charger right after full charge is reached or can you plug it in to charge and go to bed.
I didn't see anything about this in owners manual.
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Possible printhead or driver issue. Are you using Adobe photoshop? Please try to print also using a different application to isolate the issue. Make sure that you are using correct epson cartridges. Please print a nozzle check pattern. If you see gaps, missing colors or missing lines on the pattern, clean the printhead using the driver. If the nozzle check pattern printed out successfully, please trash and re-install the drivers. The driver is available on epson.com
Sony H1 takes photos at 72 dpi by default. But the picture quality will be good. if you want to convert it to 300dpi open the picture in adobe Photoshop and select image size and change resolution to 300 dpi. but the file size will be very high to up load. if you want to reduce the file size select the image size in adobe photoshop and reduce it according to your requirement. if my solution proves good please rate it. Regards.
I was also having problems with my Epson scanner on my iMac. I read that the best way to solve Epson's problems is to (1) uninstall all Epson software from your HD, and (2) download the appropriate drivers from Epson and install them.
Note: The Epson R1800 has two drivers: the most recent is an update. So, you must first download and install the Printer Driver v6.12. When that's done, then download and install Printer Driver Update v1.02.
I did that and I still got dark prints. Then I got an inspiration. In the Print dialogue box, I changed my Printer Profile to the paper I was using, Epson Premium Luster Photo Paper, instead of using sRGB and/or Adobe RGB. Specifically, I used SPR1800 PrmLstr PhotoRPM.icc. The next test print was virtually spot on to what was displayed on the screen. I am now a VERY happy camper.
Please pass this info onto anyone else who can use it.
Here's the tip I used years ago on CRT's suffering this same fate.
Take one of your printed photo's and hold it next to the screen (with the same photo on it running in whatever software you want to print from)
Now using the monitors controls, make the monitor look like your photo that you have printed.
Nice and dark now like the photo, good =)
Now adjust the software to what you want it to look like when printed.
Looking good so far..ok
Save those settings in the program. then re adjust the monitor back to how you want it to look normally (as it was before basically)
Not the ideal soloution, but it works and it's free.
You do not mention having any photo editing program now.
It depends upon which photo editing program you have, as how to do it.
If you download Adobe Reader 8 http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
You also get Adobe Photoshop 3.2 Starter Edition. Both are FREE.
In Adobe Photoshop select the photo you wish to print. Then on the menu bar select File then Print. Then select the Custom Size radio button. Adjust the scale to the size print you are wanting, in this case 2.0 x 2.0
Be sure to come back here for my rating on this solution.