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Re: filmscanners: Re: Scanning dpi and epson papers
Another quick comment on how papers respond to Epson inks. I have
discovered that how the paper is stored, and the humidity level of the
location where the printing is done alter the paper response to the ink.
This is probably less an issue with thermal inkjet printers than
piezo, since the ink is not heated with Epson printers.
Colin Maddock wrote:
> Mark T wrote:
>> I've tried Celcast glossy *once* on an Epson 640, and it was useless - the
>> inks 'beaded' on the surface. Maybe it's just the 640's inks, but I won't
>> use the stuff.
> Maybe it is the ink. On my 600 there is no detectable difference in the
>behaviour of the ink - the prints look fine. The paper (IJ90) is a colder
>white, but that is nothing that can't be adjusted for.
> I have had long term colour shift with Epson Photo paper, but so far the
>Celcast is quite stable.
> Colin Maddock