At 02:55 PM 09/27/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>For printing I'm sending the high resolution files to a company that
>outputs them to photographic paper.  I have no idea what they use to make
>the prints but the quality is fantastic.

I have something I need to get printed which I designed using the GIMP. How 
did you deal with the issues of colour matching? What format do you use 
when sending the images to the printer (ie. jpg, png)? I know a lot of 
printers prefer files to use CMYK colour which the GIMP doesn't do (yet).

Cheers!

Kevin.  (http://www.interlog.com/~kcozens/)

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