Prints from Aperture w Epson 1400 are magenta. Help!!!

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by McNewcomer, Dec 23, 2009.

  1. McNewcomer macrumors newbie

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    I am a complete novice. Over the last few months, in preparation for Christmas, I bought my first Macbook -- which I love. I purchased Aperture 2 -- which I also love. I went step by step on a photo project, planning to print large portrait photos for my family as Christmas presents. My last purchase was the Epson 1400 and am now close to tears cause I cannot get a decent print from it. All my photos are magenta. I have tried the various color management settings, Epson vivid, Epson standard and Adobe RGB (even though I am using Aperture). All faces are still purple. I shoot with a Canon 5D. I am not a sophisticated user. But my photos print out better on a cheap little 4x6 photosmart printer. Any suggestions on how I can adjust settings to make large prints in time for Christmas??? Many thanks for any help you can give. (This forum saved my butt when I was learning to run Aperture and made crucial newbie mistakes.)
     
  2. SilentPanda Moderator emeritus

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    Dumb question maybe but... have you made sure the other color inks work? Unless I'm being too literal in them printing out in magenta.
     
  3. McNewcomer thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Sorry. I wasn't clear enough. I mean the photos tend to the magenta. The other colors are present. The balance is just off. I don't want to waste expensive large paper so keep trying to adjust it in the 4x6 format but I haven't found the magic bullet. I am close to tossing it in the trash and running to a photo lab.
     
  4. PhotoFun macrumors newbie

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    In your print settings, try turning off any color adjustments in color settings. That's what I had to do with the R1900 to get the colors correct.
     

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