[alt-photo] Re: Rising Stonehenge Flaw?
ejnphoto at sbcglobal.net
Fri Dec 24 17:37:41 GMT 2010
Maybe. My stash is pre 2007 and the latest is from Daniel Smith this past
week. They want me to pay for the return of bad paper to boot.
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Dallas, TX 75226
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Subject: [alt-photo] Re: Rising Stonehenge Flaw?
If I remember right, the company that owned Rising mills closed the
mills in 2007, and the brands (Rising and Stonehenge) were acquired
by a distributor named Legion. Legion doesn't manufacture the paper
themselves but farms out the papermaking to several different mills.
One might suspect that this way of doing business could possibly
lead to some imprecision in quality control.
On Dec 23, 2010, at 4:02 PM, Eric Neilsen wrote:
> I have been printing from a stash of 22x30 paper and have a need to
> bigger prints; 24 x30. I ordered up some 30x44 paper from Daniel
> Smith and
> it has like a waffer board flake issue. Throughout the paper the
> coating is
> soaking in unevenly. Anyone else using this paper and have a good
> lot number
> to share?
> This is the 245 gm/m2 White.
> Posted a sample of image - still wet in tray
> Three shots - close up with and without areas circled in orange.
> It also seemed to be a bit more absorbent than I was counting on.
> Eric Neilsen
> 4101 Commerce Street, Suite 9
> Dallas, TX 75226
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