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Re: legion paper(s)



Ursula,
Have you tried e-mailing them directly with questions?

Harvey Ferdschneider
partner, SKID Photography, NYC

> Harvey, I had done the google search, but come up with nothing in addition
> to what's on the mediastreet.com website description and links. They are not
> specific about optical brighteners but rather lump these papers into the
> "fine art paper" category. We have come to be somewhat distrustful of that
> definition along with "archival" as you well know.
>
> >
> > Ursula,
> > I am no paper expert, and am not familiar with the below papers (although
> > other
> > some on this list might be) but, if you do some Google searching you should be
> > able to find the properties of said papers.
> >
> > When you do, if you post them, we can comment intelligently and tell you.  :-
> > )
> >
> > Harvey Ferdschneider
> > partner, SKID Photography, NYC
>
> >> I am not Jerry but I need to chime in here w. a question. Would you consider
> >> the following papers (mediastreet.com) to fill the requirements of archival
> >> quality as you describe below? They are moderately priced and not to heavy
> >> for my Epson 3000 printer which has developed a dislike for heavier paper.
> >>
> >> Aspen Mogul
> >> Royal Weave
> >> Royal Jazz
> >> Renaissance
>
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