Epson 7600 printer, best paper

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by nobody, Apr 23, 2005.

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    nobody Guest

    Which paper gives the best results with the Epson 7600? (for landscapes,
    scenery, buildings and the like).
    nobody, Apr 23, 2005
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    nobody Guest

    Thank you again Bill. In the end I am likely to go for the 7600 for a
    variety of reasons, and this despite the fact that I don't really have room
    for it. One of the reasons is that, believe it or not, in this "little
    village" called London (16 million inhabitants for Greater London, ie.
    including suburbs) I could not find anybody to print commercially larger
    than A3+. I have a Gretag Macbeth eye-one profiler (now being repaired),
    hopefully I should be able to rely on my own profiles, shouldn't I?
    nobody, Apr 23, 2005
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    Douglas Guest

    Being close to France as you are...
    Canson make some nice paper. I use their Semi gloss (which is not all that
    much different from Gloss) for general purpose work. It is both affordable
    and relatively long lasting and lends itself to laminating and block
    mounting. If you need some custom profiles I have a few for Epsons.

    About 70% the cost of Epson paper in Australia. Their Arcival matte is
    pretty good stuff too. but at the end of the day you need to spend a few
    bucks on samples and decide for yourself.

    Douglas, Apr 23, 2005
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    nobody Guest


    nobody, Apr 24, 2005
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    nobody Guest

    Thanks Bill, I shall check each of one them, and see if I have to take my
    words back... Still, few or them are likely to be open between 1.30am and
    3.30am, when I often do my printing... :)
    Nobody (the real one, there seems to be somebody else with the same name!)
    nobody, Apr 24, 2005
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    andrew29 Guest

    That's right. One very good although expensive option is Epson
    semimatte photo paper (280 gsm).

    andrew29, Apr 25, 2005
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