Re: Printing Grayscale Prints with the Epson 2200

From: Ann Welch ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 09/29/04-07:19:46 AM Z
Message-id: <3BC43226-121A-11D9-AF93-0003939B5888@megapathdsl.net>

Louis

I have been making B&W prints with Quadtone RIP for a number of years
using an Epson 2200 on a Mac. It is a great product that allows you
to make prints that range from warm to cold with great accuracy and no
color cast. Since you are using the standard set of inks you can
switch back to color with no hassle.

Ann

On Sep 29, 2004, at 2:40 AM, Louis de Stoutz wrote:

> Hello Sandy!
>
> Thank you very much for the tip. Did you receive that supplementary
> issue of PT with your subscription, or did you have to order it
> separately?
>
> I would like to know if you have ever tried Roy Harrington's Quadtone
> RIP (for use with the 2200 and UC inks for only 50$) which is said to
> give excellent results? I still have to decide what printing system to
> get for my digital B&W output, and the RIP would allow me to keep the
> UCs for printing negatives. (Sorry for the OT slide, you can answer me
> in private if this shouldn't go to the list, although I guess many
> here might be interested.)
>
> Louis de Stoutz
>
Received on Wed Sep 29 07:19:00 2004

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