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  1. #1
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    question

    I have an Epson workforce 320 printer..I've printed out some of my paintings..just to experiment..on plain cheap paper and well they aren't right. Any suggestions on which type of paper, and settings etc i should use to get a better quality print?

    Top pic is what i see on my computer..bottom pic is a scan of one i printed...

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  2. #2
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    Calibrate your computer screen. I bought a Spyder4Pro because I had such a mismatch and I get fabulous prints now. It's worth the investment. I bought it on eBay and it came from Israel!

  3. #3
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    Moosie, they will not turn out on just paper, you can print on Hp or Kodak photo paper, I use gloss and they turn out really good, I have a Canon MG8120B Printer and quite happy with it, hope this helps

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