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At 02:43 PM 10/28/00 -0400, Mike Famiglietti wrote: >I have to disagree about not using glossy with piment inks. I have had good >results with the Epson Photo Paper. I would just like to see a glossier >finish. The Kodak paper gave me a nicer finish but had the drying probem >that is common with this ink. It's OK to disagree; different folks have different ways of judging results, of course. I've tried both Generations and MIS-arc inks on Epson Photo Paper, and to my taste, the results are "OK" but clearly not up to the gamut or brilliance that these same papers show with Epson OEM or other dye inks. There's also the matter of "bronzing" and the surface-scum, which have been reported by many people who've tried these combinations. And by the way, were it not for my (stubborn) desire to some day produce "archival" prints, I'd never have strayed from Epson OEM inks and Epson Photo Paper. (Well, there is the matter of trying to save some $$$ of course.) rafe b. - 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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