01-03-2023 01:36 PM
If a photo has no red, or all the red in one place, it prints fine. If there is red-dish throughout, there's way too much magenta in the entire print. And a black and white print appears sepia. I've done all the things to the printer I could but to no avail. I mostly use Lightroom, have tried program color management and printer color management. I did dial the magenta way down but although that got rid of the overall cast the saturated areas were just washed out. I think I've seen this before on another Canon printer, when the ink was running low it would oversupply the print, but the magenta cartridge was full when I started. TIA for any help.
01-09-2023 08:14 AM
If you have not done so, please click HERE for the steps to print the nozzle check. Once it prints, click the link in step 5 to compare you nozzle check to the example.
Does it match correctly? If possible, please take a picture of the nozzle check and attach it to your reply.
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