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Welcome to InkjetTips!

This is my first official post on It’s been many months in the making and I hope you enjoy the content. This site will primarily serve as the companion site for my book, “301 Inkjet Tips and Techniques: An Essential Printing Resource for Photographers.” I welcome your comments and look forward to sharing information about inkjet printing, as well as tips and advice as new software and hardware is released.

Andrew Darlow

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Mike Lord - January 2, 2008

Hi Andrew,
My sincere appreciation for a great and long-overdue book.
Howard Schatz/Ornstein photography has some great flower images saturated with (usually two…) artificial colors right to the edge of the color gamut. Can you advise me on the best Photoshop technique to achieve this as well as any suggestions (ProPhoto?) to achieve similar results on my 7800?
Mike Lord

Andrew Darlow - March 14, 2008

Hi Mike:

Thanks for your very kind words. There are a few things you can do to optimize saturation. On pages 247-249 of 301 Inkjet Tips, David Tobie covers this. I would start with the profiles made by Bill Atkinson for the 7800 and also choose a paper that can hold the color and give you the look you want. Fiber gloss/semi-gloss papers can really help. Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl and Epson Exhibition Fiber come to mind right away.

All the best,

Andrew Darlow


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