RE: What about 1200x1200dpi laser printers for digital negatives?

From: Loris Medici ^lt;>
Date: 02/10/04-04:12:50 PM Z
Message-id: <00ba01c3f023$06bcbd60$ce02500a@altinyildiz.boyner>

Hi Marc, it's an Epson 1160. It can band due not well cleaned head
and/or in some tones. It doesn't band severly and not in every print so
I didn't investigate much... Actually "banding" may not be the correct
term or diagnosis: Pictorico dot gain is almost nonexistent; so what I
am seeing may be the simple weaving pattern of the native driver (the
fact that I'm not seeing it everytime may be explained by... I may not
be that attentive/nitpicking all times and/or the weaving pattern may be
somehow obtrusive in some tone/ink combinations only).

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Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2004 11:42 PM
Subject: Re: What about 1200x1200dpi laser printers for digital


In reference to your experience of banding:

Which inkjet printer are you using for your Pictorico negatives?

Mark Nelson
In a message dated 2/10/04 2:51:21 PM, writes:

I pretty sure it would work for pictorial prints (just like at the time
of British and French Calotypists) & gum process but what if I want to
print high definition Vandyke (which sometimes, in some tones, unveils
the slight banding from my inkjet printer with Pictorico negatives -
even with prints on NOT paper) and/or Kallitype prints?

Anyway, I would be glad if you inform us/me with your progress on the

Received on Tue Feb 10 16:09:01 2004

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