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  1. Canon Pro 100 prints are too dark. Is there a way to lighten a photo by percent? (I am an amateur trying to print photos of wife's oil paintings.) I was told by a pro photographer who uses a 100 that she uses uses Photoshop to lighten her photos by 10%. I bought a Spyder5Pro and calibrated my monitor (Samsung 24" model B2430H) and Canon still prints darker and with less color vibrancy than I am seeing. I need the colors to "pop" more and am not being successful enough using the brightness layer level and trying the auto levels. Should I buy Canon paper. I'm using Red River Pecos River Gloss 60lb
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