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 on: Today at 01:23:17 PM 
Started by hugowolf - Last post by bill t.
You da Man, Erland!

Here's how Windows 7 users can make i1Share useable:

You basically need to replace the old version of EyeOne.dll in your i1Share directory with the same named dll that is part of the i1Match installation.

You may already have that dll on your system it's worth a search before you download i1Match which will install an annoying startup nag window that can be removed with msconfig.  It doesn't seem to mess up Spectraview, fortunately.

The version that works for me is:

EyeOne.dll 7/3/2007 10:52am

Just replace the older one in the i1Share directory, found at:

Program Files (x86)/GretagMacbeth/i1/i1Share

Ooh, L = 5.6 on that deep Silver Rag shadow.  Can hardly wait to see what happens when I hit it Premier Print Shield.

EDIT: works with Win 7 64 bit, have not and will not test 32 bit.

 on: Today at 01:18:59 PM 
Started by Stefan.Steib - Last post by Isaac
The responses in the comments to the original blog post seem more interesting.

Ugo Cei: My dislike actually stems from the fact that the processing is done to appeal to the most obvious and common taste, maybe.

Images that are liked by many people, are liked by many people because they show what is liked by many people.

The author isn't being curmudgeonly, he's just insisting that he's different and special.

Ugo Cei: What this is is a call for help: Now that Iíve decided to move away from what I donít like anymore, what do I do?

The author's insisting that he's different and special, but he doesn't know how he's different and special.

'You see, the extraordinary thing about photography is that it's a truly popular medium... But this has nothing to do with the art of photography even though the same materials and the same mechanical devices are used. Thoreau said years ago, "You can't say more than you see." No matter what lens you use, no matter what the speed of the film is, no matter how you develop it, no matter how you print it, you cannot say more than you see. That's what that means, and that's the truth.'   Paul Strand, Aperture 19(1), 1974.

 on: Today at 01:18:50 PM 
Started by john milich - Last post by sgilbert
Typically elegant Milich design.  Very cool.

 on: Today at 01:04:08 PM 
Started by Stefan.Steib - Last post by Slobodan Blagojevic
... Please will landscape photographers start making their photos look realistic?

Why? Reality is overrated. Anybody can see reality, few can see "what else is there." Reality is, more often than not, chaotic, banal, mediocre, or outright butt-ugly. It is the beauty that we seek to find or, if necessary, to extract from that. Been doing it from the dawn of the mankind (searching for beauty, that is).

 on: Today at 01:01:52 PM 
Started by wmchauncey - Last post by AreBee

Wasn't that satisfied...

Quite right - the second is significantly stronger than the first. It would benefit from marginal cropping of a vertical strip from the left hand edge, to better balance the black space on each side of the plant.

 on: Today at 12:56:12 PM 
Started by seamus finn - Last post by Slobodan Blagojevic
... I'm color blind.  Wink

Then I know what to get you next Christmas: a Rubik's Cube  Tongue

 on: Today at 12:54:13 PM 
Started by brinked - Last post by brinked
3 months ago I switched from a closed cart system (sawgrass pro photo) to a refillable cart system. 

Ever since that day, my magenta requires constant cleanings.  1 regular cleaning always clears up the nozzle check without fail.  However if I go without printing for 20-30 minutes, I know I will have to do a cleaning or the magenta will go bad, as if it dries up.  The longer i go without printing, the worse the nozzle check is.

Every morning when I arrive in the lab, the magenta nozzle check is always about 90% missing, until the 1 cleaning clears it up.

I have tried running several power cleans, I cleaned the capping pump station using a qtip soaked in windex.  I tried parking the head over a windex soaked towel.  I replaced the refillable cart with another hoping it was a bad cart, but the problem is still there.

I print on this machine for hours on every business day, so I would think any air bubbles would have worked their way out by now after 3 months.  Right now this is just a minor inconvenience but I dont want it to turn into more.

I can not find anwhere on the web that shows this same problem so i was wondering if anyone here has ever experienced something similar.

 on: Today at 12:49:14 PM 
Started by graeme - Last post by digitaldog
Sure, I'm not claiming perfection for our system.
No one can.

In terms of the secondary i1P process, sometimes the results are nill. For some devices and for some who wish to use ICC profiles for B&W instead of say Epson's Advanced B&W, it can be worthwhile to do. So you test the first iteration and if you're happy, move on. As long as the profile is built to contain some proprietary data or the measurement data is kept around, one can continue with the secondary process and a new profile can be generated. Kind of like a 'raw' profile (it can get better).

 on: Today at 12:48:58 PM 
Started by wmchauncey - Last post by Mike D. B.
The reshot composition is nice too.  But to be truthful, I prefer the original (first) shot - it's less symmetric.  The blossoms create a less prefect arc.

 on: Today at 12:47:43 PM 
Started by seamus finn - Last post by Eric Myrvaagnes
My bravo as well, Seamus.

Perhaps it works better for me than for Slobodan because I'm color blind.  Wink

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