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AuthorSubject: ImagePrint vs. Epson Driver -> Dither   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Jon Roemer
Posted on Tue Feb 3, 2004 11:04 PM

I'm currently printing on a 7600 using the Epson driver. I remember when ImagePrint first came out some people felt the dither was much better in IP than in the Epson driver other folks felt it was not so cut and dried.

The other day I received a sample of a b&w; image printed on Hahnemühle German Etching paper, IP and an Epson 9600. It's a beautiful print. I can't see the dither at all to the naked eye. On my prints (Epson driver on 7600) I can clearly see the dither (printing on enhanced matte, photorag, ultra smooth fine art).

Is it the consensus of the IR Experts and you IP users that the dither truly is better (less noticeable) in IP? Is it better for both b&w; and color or just b&w;? Or is it so close that it's just comes down to personal taste?

Thanks,
Jon Roemer
www.jonroemer.com


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