Prints and Monitors

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You are viewing a beautiful picture on your computer monitor and
decide you want to print it.
Once you do print it out, and look at it, the colors do not appear the same as you see on your monitor.

What happened?
Reason is this, the colors on your monitor will always look brighter than in print.
Printed images will always be darker than what you are viewing on your monitor.
Your printer uses inks and your monitor emits light so naturally your monitor images
will appear brighter and more vibrant than what ink will.
Please keep this in mind when reviewing images on your computer screen or when receiving your printed book.

It will avoid a lot of confusion and disappointment.