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Re: [OM] Green Shadows Example

Subject: Re: [OM] Green Shadows Example
From: Tina Manley <tmanley@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2018 15:57:57 -0400
I've Googled enough to know that there is a definite problem with the
newest edition of this paper.  It's not just me, thank goodness!!  I wasted
a lot of paper and ink before I found that out, though!
I've ordered both Hahnemuhle and Canson papers to try.  If I get serious
about making prints, I'll get the Epson P800 and ImagePrint (which I used
many years ago).  The problem is that most of my sales are now digital.  I
don't really sell prints unless they are through websites that do the
printing themselves.  I was hoping to save money and print these myself so
all of the money from the sale of the prints could go to the Syrian
education fund.  It probably would have been cheaper to have them printed
somewhere else like I did last year!!

Tina


On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 3:52 PM, Rand Tomcala <rtomcala@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Maybe it isn't you.  Can you get a couple of sheets from another lot/batch
> to try and compare ?
> Or, get someone else try a couple of your sheets ?
>
> Rand E
>
> On 4/9/2018 12:38 PM, Tina Manley wrote:
>
>> Yes.  This is only happening on the Ilford Gold Fibre Silk that I just
>> bought.  So far every print I've made with this paper - probably 30 prints
>> - has had the problem of green shadows, no matter which profile I use and
>> whether I go through LR or Epson color management.  Some are worse than
>> others but all have a green or bronze cast.  I've never had this problem
>> with the Ilford paper before.  The Ilford Gold Mono Silk does not do this.
>> It prints fine.  The Canson paper is outstanding.  I finally gave up and
>> ordered some.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Tina
>>
>>
>>
>> On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 12:12 PM, John Hudson <OM4T@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>
>> Is any greenish shadow effect seen on any prints using the same paper but
>>> of different subject matter ?
>>>
>>> Is the paper at fault?
>>>
>>> I took a lengthy photo course in Vancouver almost 20 years ago and soon
>>> discovered that out-dated colour negative print paper and Cibachrome
>>> paper
>>> could produce some weird colour effects.
>>>
>>> jh
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On 2018-04-08 11:05 PM, Tina Manley wrote:
>>>
>>> PESO:
>>>>
>>>> This is driving me crazy.  Here is the original photo;
>>>>
>>>> http://www.pbase.com/tinamanley/image/166471709
>>>>
>>>> Here is the 13x19 print (iPhone photo of print):
>>>>
>>>> http://www.pbase.com/tinamanley/image/167279204
>>>>
>>>> What bothers me most is the greenish shadow on the edge of her jaw.  All
>>>> of
>>>> the portraits have these greenish shadows somewhere.
>>>>
>>>> I'm using the profile for the Ilford paper that I have.  I've tried
>>>> other
>>>> profiles and they are even further off.  I've tried adjusting the color
>>>> balance on the file away from green and toward magenta but then the
>>>> whole
>>>> thing is too pink.  I've tried split toning and just adjusting the
>>>> shadows
>>>> but that doesn't make any difference.
>>>>
>>>> What am I doing wrong???
>>>>
>>>> TIA
>>>>
>>>> Tina
>>>>
>>>>
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