B&W pic green tint

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  1. bigben74820

    bigben74820 TPF Noob!

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    I have a Canon I960 printer and my color pix seem ok. My problem is why would a copy of a B&W pic have a green tint. I have tryed 3 different photo programs. I am trying to make B&W pix that or colored. One program asked when I print do you want to print in B&W and it still has a green tint. Thanks for your answers. bigben
     
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    One of your black might be out of ink. My mom has one of those and it happen to her...She needed more black ink...
     
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    ann No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    it is not unusal for printers when printing out black and white to have slight color tones.

    especially, lower end printers. you will need a RIP program, or invest in a higher end printer that has more than one carbon ink.

    the paper type, inks and the light the images is shown end all have an effect of the neutral tones of the black and white print.
     

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