Date: 08/21/02-04:52:55 PM Z
Be sure to get a model with 2880 dpi (Epson 1280), the
improvement over the 1440 models is very noticable. If
you want to go inexpensive and 8.5" wide is enough then
the Epson C80 is an excellent choice, someone was
dumping them on ebay a short while ago for ~$100.
> Everything (art & the theory discussed here) is something and has
> I have been happy to read every email I have received on the list.
> I am not looking for anything larger than 13 x19. Any specific
> >>> Ender100@aol.com 08/21/02 03:22PM >>>
> My guess is that Van Dyke and Cyan digital negatives would be done much
> platinum, but with a Photoshop curve that is tuned to each process...
> fine tuned to how you do that process, the paper you use, what you
> expose it
> with, etc... all those little variables that make alt such a wonderful
> How big a negative do you want to make? Lots of the desktop printers
> will go
> up to 13 x 19... do you need larger?
> Mark Nelson
> In a message dated 8/21/02 2:32:30 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> << No kidding!
> How about some links to references on the web on how to make your own,
> enlarged half tone negatives for cyan & van dyke printing and what is
> the best inexpensive printer on the market to make larger digital
> negatives for the same processes? >>
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