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Ink skips when printing

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by okuma, Jul 12, 2009.

  1. okuma

    okuma New Member

    Aug 9, 2008
    Anaheim, CA
    Primary OS:
    Windows Vista 64-bit
    I have an image I want to print. There are some areas that are burnt out - eye dropper reads 99.7 !
    To insure I don't have any skips or bare spots I plan on painting in a light, pale shade over these areas. What eye dropper reading should I have to get ink on these areas/
    Is there abetter ay to go at this?

  2. Brad Snyder

    Brad Snyder Lightroom Guru Lightroom Guru

    Nov 20, 2007
    Port Deposit, Maryland USA
    Lightroom Experience:
    Primary OS:
    Windows 7 64-bit
    Allan, how blown out are those spots? Lr can sort of fix that if all 3 channels (RGB) aren't blown out.
    Try this, raise Recovery high, and pull down Exposure to reduce the blow out. Then try to recover the midtones and shadows by jockeying with Brightness and Blacks.

    Or you could try the targeted adjustment tool, TAT, (the little bullseye icon) on the Tone Curve, to pull down just that range.

    Personally, I would think that painting in some color would be the last resort.
  3. sizzlingbadger

    sizzlingbadger Lightroom Guru Lightroom Guru

    Apr 18, 2009
    New Zealand
    Lightroom Experience:
    Primary OS:
    Mac 10.13.x High Sierra
    Lightroom Version:
    Classic 7
    Lightroom License:
    CC Subscription
    You may get better results using curves / levels in PS, I see you have CS2....

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