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Profile FAQ And Instruction Manual
Sunday October 31, 2004
by IR Staff

We have compiled a new and up to date Profile FAQ. If you are ordering a printer profile, please make sure that you read the information contained here. Many of the questions you may have will be answered here. These articles are in PDF format.

Patching and Healing with Martin Evening.
Friday October 22, 2004
by Martin Evening

The third in a series of tutorials, Martin discusses the Healing Brush and Patch Tool. Martin's video tutorial accompanies this PDF and can be uncompressed using WinZip or the Stuffit expander. Published with permission of Focal Press Publishers, a division of Elsevier. Copyright 2004. For more information about this book and other Focal Press titles, please visit www.focalpress.com.

Nikon Scanning Workflow
Friday October 15, 2004
by Scott Martin

Scott Martin has deciphered Nikon's workflow technology and brings us this quick guide to achieving great scans. For more information on Scott and his work, please visit www.on-sight.com.

Image Adjustments with Martin Evening.
Friday October 8, 2004
by Martin Evening

The second in a series of tutorials, Martin discusses the Photo Filter and Color Temperature. Martin's video tutorial accompanies this PDF and can be uncompressed using WinZip or the Stuffit expander. Published with permission of Focal Press Publishers, a division of Elsevier. Copyright 2004. For more information about this book and other Focal Press titles, please visit www.focalpress.com.

Weekly Chatter:Monitor Recommendation
Wednesday October 6, 2004
by Imaging Revue Experts and Staff

Each and every week, Imaging Revue offers non-members a tantalizing taste of the information available in our forums. Make sure to check out the entire list. This thread contains some great information regarding the Sony Artisan and also touches on the LCD vs. CRT debate. If you are having some trouble with Artisan calibration, there are some helpful comments here. Jon Kulas

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Printers > Fine Art/Photographic Printing > Inkjet paper simulating air dried gloss, can it happen?

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AuthorSubject: Inkjet paper simulating air dried gloss, can it happen?   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Peter Frahm
Posted on Mon Dec 8, 2003 11:37 PM

Hi,

I saw the gentleman's thread about the Oriental gloss but i didnt want to distract from his question so...new thread.

I'm in search of an ink jet friendly paper, a nice, high quality, white paper that has the surface appearance, in a real way, of an air dried traditional bw wet paper? does this exist yet? and if it doesn't, is there a reason why?

I kow there are other black and white printers out there thinking the same thing. i like some of the surfaces of the matte papers that i've been using, but I am dying for a paper of this sort and i'm sure there are droves of folk like myself waiting and wondering when and IF this will appear.

i've tried epson's semi gloss or low luster (i think i've tried em all) and in my opinion it is more like a "pearl" than a semi gloss...even semi gloss in a literal sense doesn't describe the surface of an old fashioned air dried black and white fiber based print.

Anyone...please fill me in if you have knowledge of this beast...and if none of the Pixel Monsters have this info then here is my message...

Call all of your people,,,the insiders, the movers, the ones who make the furniture rattle when they enter a conference room for a meeting...tell them we need this..hit em hard and fast and low. I feel like this represents a big gap in this desk chair darkroom thingy.

And after that happens we can start lobbying for the end of bronzing and good hard black in an "archival" ink.

Regards,

Peter


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