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Re: photo paper surfaces



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E surface is a slight pebble texture usually used on portraits, amature, and D&amp;P<BR>
F is glossy, preferred for reproduction and scanning<BR>
N is semi matt, a smooth surface, without the shine and reflectance of glossy<BR>
M is matt, usually smooth but a duller, less reflective surface<BR>
<BLOCKQUOTE>Andy<BR>
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425 East Lancaster Avenue<BR>
Shillington, PA 19607<BR>
610-796-0400<BR>
dangelophoto@talon.net<BR>
www.overlookcom.com<BR>
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<B>From: </B>&quot;JEEPBIKE&quot; &lt;JEEPBIKE@email.msn.com&gt;<BR>
<BLOCKQUOTE><B>Reply-To: </B>epson-inkjet@leben.com<BR>
<B>Date: </B>Wed, 18 Oct 2000 07:12:08 -0500<BR>
<B>To: </B>&lt;epson-inkjet@leben.com&gt;<BR>
<B>Subject: </B>photo paper surfaces<BR>
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<BLOCKQUOTE><FONT SIZE="2">Could someone explain what is meant by &quot;E&quot; surface, and &quot;M&quot; surface when referring to photo papers? I have seen these terms used when referring to the Epson premium semi-gloss and luster papers.<BR>
Thank you,<BR>
Vicki<BR>
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