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Fine Art Printing for Photographers, 3rd Edition by Juergen Gulbins, Uwe Steinmueller

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8 Image Evaluation and Presenting Fine Art Prints

Image Evaluation

An image for fine art printing will likely be evaluated and judged many times, starting with the first inspection after downloading from the flash card of your digital camera or after scanning. Typically, only very few of these photos will make it to fine art printing. Before you begin actually printing, you should give the image an additional close inspection, looking for minor faults like dust spots or dead or hot pixels. Do this at least at a zoom level of 100%. Next, we recommend you make a test print on lesser-quality paper and possibly a somewhat smaller-sized print.

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