RE: Matte Translucent Film for inkjet printer, can someone recommend?

From: Loris Medici ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/22/05-01:29:10 PM Z
Message-id: <20051022192921.4A5522C46E19@spamf3.usask.ca>

What paper profiles did you tried for translucent vellum? For that paper,
you may try a matte paper profile + (if driver incorporates such a feature)
you may try to lovering the ink settings for each color (I have such
settings in the "Advanced" section of my 1290 driver). Maybe ink won't
puddle that way...

Regards,
Loris.

-----Original Message-----
From: Carmen Lizardo [mailto:carmenlizardo@yahoo.com]
Sent: 22 Ekim 2005 Cumartesi 19:41
To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
Subject: Matte Translucent Film for inkjet printer, can someone recommend?

Dear List, I am making a small edition artist book of images that overlays
thoughout all of the pages of the book. I tried printing on inkjet acetate
paper, and although the prints looked good the acetate surface is too hard
and glossy for the look that I want so I thought that something like a
translucent Mylar would work better. I also tried translucent vellum but the
ink puddle on it. A friend suggested Polyester Matte Translucent film for
inkjet printer, but the papers that I found so far are either opaque film or
unsuitable for printing digital photos well.

Can anyone recommend something translucent/trasparent, that is not shiny and
can print well using an inkjet printer?
Thanks so much!
Received on Sat Oct 22 13:30:07 2005

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