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RE: making photo books - any recommendations?

I used Blurb several times now for Black and White pictures. Even when using
the B3 profile they offer in my case a greenish collorcast was the result
even when coloring the B/W to dark Brown.

I follow the B3 workflow and used the extra quality paper.

The books are printed locally and I i recognized a change in colorcast after
the books where printed in the Netherlands. 

I am still looking for other ways to print B/W without this colorshifts. 


-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: henk thijs [mailto:henk.thijs@hetnet.nl] 
Verzonden: donderdag 7 mei 2009 18:33
Aan: alt-photo-process-l@usask.ca
Onderwerp: Re: making photo books - any recommendations?
Urgentie: Laag

Recently there was a publication in a dutch newspaper about  
photographers publishing their own books .
They mentioned 'blurb.com' as the one they choose.

On 7 mei 2009, at 17:37, dkfreed wrote:

> I keep getting emails from MyPublisher, an online photo book  
> service. I've
> never used them, or any of the others that offer this service (upload
> image/photo files and they create a book for you).
> Does anyone have experience with this, or suggestions about which  
> service I
> should try? I know that Apple has iPhoto, but I'd need it for PC.
> Best, David.
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