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[filmscanners] Re: film departing soon


Fair enough, but archival fiber-only papers were not designed to be used
with inkjet inks, were they? Rarely can you have everything in life!

Bob Frost.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Laurie Solomon" <laurie@advancenet.net>

Most commercial photographic papers are RC (Resin Coated - i.e., plastic
coated) papers and not Fiber papers which do not have a resin coating.
Similarly, most papers designated as being for inkjet printing (as opposed
to various watercolor and fine art papers, linen and canvas type media) tend
to have some sort of polymer based coating and are not true fiber (pulp or
rag)papers without coatings.  Coated papers - inkjet or traditional resin,
clay, or polymer coated papers - tend not to be considered to be really all
that archival in terms of traditional standards of archivalness.

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