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> Subject: Re: Changing ink colors in different lighing comditions > > > > The question is, by now, a lot of you epsoneers must have > noticed this. > > > Are you doing anything about it? Can Anything BE done? Do you have > > > trouble selling your black and white images? This happens > with Fotonics, > > > MIS, and Generations archival inksets. > > > > > > Thanks. Jerry > > NOt so much of a problem with the "E" Lyson inks, but not using glossy > > either. - Gary > > Gary, I'm not talking Glossy, it happens on ANY paper. The Lyson E inks > aren't nearly brilliant enough for the work I'm doing. > Jerry Hey Jerry - I predicted that was so (not that hard of a guess!). I was just attempting to answer the literal question you posed, generally for any others wondering...The E inks in Somerset Velvet in Black&whites that I do - do not seem to change colors or tones or demonstrate any significant metamerism that I have caught so far. If others have please share of course - but it seems like not very folks are using this ink, which most likely will get the same longevity ratings thru the Epson's that it does thru the Iris's. Gary - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.