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> But only for MY prints. When I sell prints, I use better paper. As > stated many times before, I have found a paper I truly like and its > priced in my ballpark. Its Media Street's Dual Sided matte paper. I have > tried a LOT of papers during the last year, and I find none that make > better looking prints than this paper, unless you quadruple the price. > So until I find something I like better, I'll stick with this paper for > my own prints. > > jerry Jerry: NOW LISTEN TO THIS!!!!! You sure are a hard person to get through to. You have a lot of images you want to print. If these images are good enough to print for yourself then they are good enough to sell to your clients. Print the damn things on the best paper your can afford, enjoy them and sell them to your clients. A client is not going to care if you printed them for your own enjoyment and then decided to sell them. Why in the world do you want to compromise on your quality just because a piece of paper cost you $5.00 vs $2.50. Jerry, your excuses are really getting old, give us a break. Jim Davis www.visual-artists.com > - - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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