I have printed some flowers but they do not look the same on paper as on screen. They are dull. would gloss photo paper make a difference? I want to cut them out en stick a lollipop in the middle for a birthday party This is what it looks like..
Hmmm these printing issues and be very complicated. Gloss paper might help but I suspect they will still be similar to your paper one. My printer always prints much darker than my screen and I usually brighten everything before printing. I don't have the same problem however when I get photo's printed professionally.
Not sure what else I can suggest. Perhaps a double print over the original print might help? but would need to feed through exactly in the same place.
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Thanks Girls I printed on Photo Paper high quality..there where also some other settings for noise reduction and a few more I can not remember clicked them all and results where fantastic. They actually came out a bit darker than expected.