Re: Paper negatives- Ink Selection
The main theme still remains the same though, which is: to me, HP 9180 set
to "grayscale using all inks, plain paper, best" is perfect for tricolor
gum from separations.
BTW, even if it's irrelevant, I'll share anyway: also, to me, a little
more DR than log 1.0 (something like log 1.4 / 1.5) is better (in tonality
& shadows separation) for multilayer prints from a single negative. I
would like to read your comments about this one, if you find this useful.
On the other hand, we could be slicing hairs here...
14 Ekim 2008, Salı, 9:08 pm tarihinde, Loris Medici yazmış:
> therefore, other people's longer exposure times could be caused by the
> fact that they're using negatives with more DR, which naturally will
> require more exposure and a stronger / more dramatic curve to
> counterbalance. Or they're not calibrating, or their calibrations are