Re: Ultrafine Clear Film

From: jack reisland ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 04/22/04-03:22:17 PM Z
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I'm also working with the 1280 on OHP for digital negs. Could you give me
some more info on the green colorization process?

Jack R.

Kerik wrote:

> > If you are using the OEM 1280 inks, I wouldn't be expecting too much..
> > You need to lay down a HELL of a lot of those dyes to get any
> > significant density and the driver really doesn't do that very well..
> >
> > I'd go to pigments.
> I disagree. You can go to pigments, but I've printed pigment ink negs on
> a 2000P and have not been satisified with them. I've been getting great
> results with the 1280 printer and OEM inks using Pictorico OHP. I'm making
> green-colorized digital negs (a la Keith Schreiber at APIS 2003) that
> print beautifully in pt/pd and gum. They look very thin, but the greenish
> color gives plenty of spectral density for UV processes. I find these work
> MUCH better than than orange colored negs, BTW.
> Bottom line, if you print the right color, you don't have to lay down a
> hell of a lot of ink.
> Kerik
Received on Thu Apr 22 15:22:35 2004

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