Hi,

after editing a photograph of a girl
I downloaded for free from Stockvault,
I printed it out at a local drugstore
(on one of those Kodak stations), but
unfortunately the print contained a
pattern of fine stripes. The woman in
the drugstore told be that this must be
due to to file. To test this, I printed
the photograph out at another store of
the same chain, but the stripes were
still present, albeit not as strong as in
the first print.

My question: Did anyone experience this
as well, and what can I do to avoid this in
the future? I really zoomed in on the file
(I'm using Gimp 2.6.7, and my display is
gamma-corrected), but I couldn't detect
any stripes.

The file can be found here:

http://home.arcor.de/ccyrny/images/posing-girl_03_15x20.jpg

Thanks for any recommendations,

Claus

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