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| p.1 #1 · DSLRRemotePro + Canon Selphy users |
I know many of you use this setup for your photobooths. I've used this setup for 5 or 6 photobooths. It works pretty well. The only drawback is the printing time.
But, my prints have a milky plasticky appearance (kind of like really aggressive Noise Reduction). Have any of you experienced this? If so, what did you do to fix it? The files (both original jpg's and the jpgs of the image with overlays) look fine, its just the printing that looks off.
If I print a regular file (from lightroom), the images look great, but using DSLRRemotePro, they dont look as great.