85 — Inkjet paper review 1 — German etching — Fine art Baryta by Hahnemuhle

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.

Detail German Etching

Detail from The Wan­derer II on Ger­man Etch­ing paper by Hah­ne­muhle — ©Marko Kulik

Detail from Steam Vents at VNP

Detail from Steam Vents at VNP — Ger­man Etch­ing paper by Hah­ne­muhle — ©Marko Kulik

Steam Vents at VNP

Steam Vents at VNP — Ger­man Etch­ing Marko Kulik

The Wanderer I

The Wan­derer II — Ger­man Etch­ing — © Marko Kulik

Detail from Snow Pods on Fineart Baryta from Hahnemuhle © Marko Kulik

Detail from Snow Pod on Fin­eart Baryta from Hah­ne­muhle © Marko Kulik

Snow Pods on Fineart Baryta from Hahnemuhle © Marko Kulik

Snow Pod on Fin­eart Baryta from Hah­ne­muhle © Marko Kulik

The wanderer Ion Fineart Baryta from Hahnemuhle

The Wan­derer I — Fin­eart Baryta Hah­ne­muhle © Marko Kulik

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 papersHah­ne­muhle ICC pro­files
Hah­ne­muhle Ger­man Etch­ing Paper at B&H
Hah­ne­muhle Fine art Baryta Paper at B&H
Com­ment about back but­ton aut­o­fo­cus on Niko­ni­ans — Thx F8&Bthere!
Tes­ti­mo­ni­als link if you’re feel­ing wordy :)

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