Could someone kindly suggest a website or other "How-To" source, that thoroughly addresses the retouching of white spots that rarely, but eventually occurs on larger ink-jet (Epson) prints?
But please, I have already gotten lots of info/advice on how to "avoid" spots. What I want are techniques to retouch them, when they do happen, dispite all humanly possible precautions to avoid them in the first place.
When I either print myself (Epson R1800 or Pro 7800) or outsource printing, there are occasionally a couple of tiny white spots that are too conspicuous to tolerate. The larger the print, the more likely this happens. These prints are ultimately for sale, so quality and long term color stability are paramount.
Ansel Adams, et. al., knew that retouching wet-darkroom prints were an inevitability, and their technique(s) are well known. But for today's large ink-jet prints, I'm having trouble finding really good information...