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>Could somebody explain to me what I'm missing. Are the fading reports >totally exaggerated? Do they only happen with cheap paper and cheap ink? >Is there some other explanation? > >Thanks, Al Since I am a novice in the printing world, I cannot answer anyone's questions; however, I can tell you of my experience with Epson Stylus Color Pro 500 printer, using Epson inks. I have printed out hundreds of digital paintings over the last three years and none of them have faded. Neither those in frames with glass or those in files. I've used Matte Finish Photo Paper, Kodak glossy paper, plain paper, water color paper and canvas paper, This probably doesn't prove a thing, but maybe someone can use it statistically. Then, again, of course, my eyes and memory may be at fault, but to date no one else has noticed a change. For what it is worth, Mary H. Mary >http://www.netpath.net/~hoekstra/index.html - 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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