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

From: Carmen Lizardo ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/23/05-03:04:59 PM Z
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Hi Loris, thank you for your response,
I did tryed matte paper setting, but that did not
help. i also lowered the ink out put....
I must note that this problen does not happen when i
am printing a negative, the image puddles only when
printting the full color positives.
--- Loris Medici <> wrote:

> 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
> []
> Sent: 22 Ekim 2005 Cumartesi 19:41
> To:
> 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!

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