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Dear Members After some descusion with my printer we took Baryta Rag for print B&W photography. Epson pro is a printer for B&W. this is a professional printing company. I am happy with result, but one small thing, the black is not really black, is kind of very-very dark brown. Paper is warm white glassy. I am looking for on other paper, any suggestion? Or your experience? Thank you very much.
I thought it would be interesting to share thoughts on how to print digital files. Many pictures only shine when printed properly on the right paper in an appropriate size! I have the feeling that in the age of digital photography many people forget to print their pictures on actual paper. With ink-jet printers reaching reasonable prices, nowadays high quality fine-art prints can be made at home. So it might be a good idea to post what kind of paper you are using for what kind of image. Well, here I go: Im currently printing on an Epson 3880 printer. Im super happy with the quality of the prints. However, i had some trouble finding the ideal paper for my BW prints. After having tried several expensive and cheap papers, I found the Canson Baryta paper: Canson Infinity - Baryta Photographique 310 When the first print came out my thought was: WOW! It has the look and feel of traditional baryta paper with a beautiful texture and depth. I find it especially great for BW photos, but also think it is a great paper for color-photos, where you want that extra punch in the finish. What is your favorite paper?
Not sure if this is the right place for this query, but the end product of post-processing for most of us is a print so ..... My Epson R800 is a great little printer with excellent quality output. I have been trying to use some different papers, especially Hahnemule, who make some lovely surfaces. But I'm having real problems with the printer failing to feed the paper. I have tried every configuration that I can think of. I find Epson support and documentation woefully inadequate. Has anyone else out there managed to use these sorts of papers with this printer and if so, how? Any suggestions gratefully received. Thanks for reading. Tim