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I was referring to digital fine art paper (coated v. uncoated) which the original post was all about. I don't have any experience with any other papers, especially glossy. Ursula Freer > From: Bruce Ward <email@example.com> > I thought it was the other way around. I thought that pigmented inks don't > work > well on RC paper but dye inks do. I use MIS variable tone inks for > black/white > and haven't had good luck on glossy papers but have had good luck on matte > paper > (Epson Archival). With dye based inks I have good luck on glossy, semi-glossy > and matte papers from a number of makers. I may be wrong in general, but I > know > what I see with my own prints. > > Bruce Ward > > Ursula Freer wrote: > >> But it's not that simple either, coated papers are made especially for >> pigmented ink whereas dyes usually work best on uncoated papers. >> >> Ursula - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.