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(Figure 7) The inkjet calibration print on the wall simulates a matt copy print to be captured onto roll-film. The camera is set up square to the wall, and the exposure is determined by an incident light meter. The same setup is used for copying the actual inkjet copy prints. Diffuse daylight is the most effective light source for copying matt surfaces. When copying inkjet prints, ensure the lens is set to its optimum aperture and use all available techniques to reduce camera vibration.