Photography podcast #85 is the first of several podcasts that will review and discuss inkjet papers. Let me say it right now, I LOVE photo papers (traditional and digital) and I just bought a new Epson 3880 inkjet to test inkjet papers with.…and of course make larger prints. There’s LOADS of creative possibilities when you try new inkjet papers so I hope the review of these 2 papers (German Etching and Fineart Baryta by Hahnemuhle) is useful to many listeners/readers. Both papers are Highly recommended. German Etching (310GSM) is a textured matte creamy white paper. Fineart Baryta (325 GSM) is a glossy white paper with an ever so slight texture. Ansel Adams called the print ‘the performance’ and these days there’s tons of paper choices to get your prints to sing.
Links /resources mentioned in this podcast:
Epson 3880 at B&H
Podcast 62 — Monitor/printer calibration
Podcast 63 — I1 Extreme and ColourMunki review & printer dialogue boxes when printing.
Hahnemuhle papers — Hahnemuhle ICC profiles
Hahnemuhle German Etching Paper at B&H
Hahnemuhle Fine art Baryta Paper at B&H
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