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THe epson papers with pigment inks work incredibly well. Jerry rafeb wrote: > At 08:39 PM 7/15/01 -0700, Alan Womack wrote: > > >For my wife's scrapbooking, I have been printing on Media Streets Glacier > paper with pretty good results. However, I'd like to get a heavier paper > that is also acid free and photo quality. > > > >Have any of you tried out the Red River Denali Premium Matte papers in the > 37lb size? > > Hi Alan, > > I've done a good deal of printing on Denali premium matte > (47 lb) with mixed results. It's not as bright as Glacier, > and warmer in tone. And (IMO) doesn't hold shadow detail > as well. It's prone to curious "crosshatching" artifacts, > with pigment inks, in deep black areas. On the plus side, > it's relatively inexpensive. > > It's not a bad paper, but nothing very special, either. > Why not ask for some samples, or buy a small pack, before > committing to this stuff. > > >From what I've seen, either Glacier or Denali have been > bettered by Epson archival matte, which is at least as > heavy and as bright as Glacier. I haven't tried the > Epson papers with pigment inks yet, though. > > rafe b. > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - 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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