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I have not done this with 'photo-quality' paper since I use art paper. HOWEVER, when I started buying watercolor paper in larger sizes I realized one benefit I had NOT thought of, and which I think is major. I now can make my paper in sizes to suit my images/uses. As a 35mm [mostly] photographer, I had become so used to the standard photo-paper sizes, that I stopped thinking 'outside the box.' Now I make my own paper conform, for example, to the 35mm size ratio, which is 1x1.5. Since my printer won't print wider than 8 inches, but accepts paper up to 9.5 inches wide, I can make sheets that are 9.5 x 14.25, a format that much better conforms to the image proportions. Of course, with watercolor paper, I don't cut it, but tear it. I know this does not go directly to the issue of cost, but.... chris Join 18 million Eudora users by signing up for a free Eudora Web-Mail account at http://www.eudoramail.com - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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