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    Who prints RA4 colour prints?

    perkeleellinen asked in another thread, "Suzanne is right isn't she? Most who shoot colour scan and we don't talk about that. I wonder how many colour printers there are here. 50? "
    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum37/1...r-forum-3.html


    Me for one and some others, so if you do respond to this thread.

    Oops, typo in subject, can anyone change the $ to a 4? Oh I can and did
    Bob

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    I can go up to 11x14

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    I can. Up to 16x20, though i haven't tried that big yet.

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    I do. Up to 12x16 'cos that's the biggest my NOVA processor will go to. Far more satisfaction than setting a printer going and leaving it at that. All analogue printers both B&W and RA4 need real skill to produce their work.

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    I have -- but our newest photo instructor had our processor hauled away as it was not being use. Of course any students who wanted to use it was discouraged from using it by the same instructor (she is teaching digital).

    Oh well, it was fun to do occasionally.

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    At least with LF landscape, a bad day of photography can still be a good day of exercise.

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    we are and are generally quite busy.
    Labyrinth Photographic Printing
    121 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, London E2 0QN
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    I print 20x24 RA-4 all the time. I just sold one of my cameras to finance a roll of FujiFlex. Gorgeous stuff!

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    I print up to 20x24 in a Jobo, but usually stick to 16x20 since it fits in my roller transport. But I haven't printed RA-4 in over 8 months. So I don't do it very often anymore. It doesn't help that contrast control is now a real pain since we only have one grade of paper (and it's too hard). A lot of my prints end up needing masking.

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    As this appears to be a relatively simple question to which a specific answer in terms of numbers is required wouldn't a poll type thread be the better and quicker solution. I presume that numbers printing RA4 is key rather than a discussion

    pentaxuser

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    I print RA4 color prints regularly at a rental darkroom in New York City. I generally make 11 x 14 work prints and have printed up to 20 x 24 on occasion. The darkroom has a 42" processor so I could print much larger if I had the need.

    -Tim

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