Epson ET-8550 Review – Hands On

Epson ET-8550 Review – Hands On

Printing Doesn’t Get Any Easier I’m all about the print. Call me old-school if you like, but I don’t believe you have a photograph until it is a print and you are holding it in your hand. While looking at images on...

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Four New Canson Infinity Arches Papers

Four New Canson Infinity Arches Papers

Legion Paper contacted me a little while back asking if I would like to test four new papers Canson is bringing to market. It’s always welcome news to see an expanded choice of high quality fine-art papers, so I readily agreed, they...

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Red River Palo Duro Baryta Fiber 300

Red River Palo Duro Baryta Fiber 300

Red River Palo Duro Baryta Fiber 300 (RRPDBF) A Recent Addition to the Baryta-based Luster Papers and M3 Redux This paper appeared on the market earlier in 2020. I started into the review soon after that, but several aspects of the profiling,...

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Canson Baryta Photographique II

Canson Baryta Photographique II

Canson Infinity Baryta Photographique II (CBP2) Readers who print their photographs on papers containing baryta (barium sulfate) know that starting around November of last year certain favorite brands of this paper started to disappear from the market – Ilford Gold Fibre Silk,...

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Do the “Numbers” Matter?

Do the “Numbers” Matter?

Readers of my printer and paper reviews know that I first present and discuss a data set that describes how accurately a printed sample of colors (including grays) reflects the numerical values of those colors in the image file. The reason for...

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Self-Made Photo Books with Dual Coated Papers

Self-Made Photo Books with Dual Coated Papers

As a long-time user of Adobe Lightroom (LR) I have used LR’s Book module to create photobooks printed at Blurb. It’s fast, easy and offers numerous layout options, providing a direct link from Lightroom to placing a Blurb order. The quality of...

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The Hahnemuehle Natural Line Paper Review

The Hahnemuehle Natural Line Paper Review

Hahnemuehle recently asked me if I would be interested in having a look at their new “Natural Line” of inkjet papers. Needless to say, I was. The “Line” includes three products – Bamboo, Agave and Hemp. Bamboo is not new, and I...

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