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  1. #1

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    Hi all



    Finally Iíve bought the Epson 2100 and together with Dan Burkholder Inkjet Negative Companion Iíve tried to make them work together when I realized that the paper settings choices with the 2100 driver are different from the 2200.
    The settings advised using Pictorico OHP Film are Enhanced Matte Paper at 2880 dpi, but in the 2100 driver the only paper options at 2880dpi are for Glossy Paper- Photo weight and Premium Semigloss Photo Paper.
    For the Archival Matte Paper and the Watercolor Paper Radiant White maximum print resolution is 1440 dpi.

    Iíve downloaded the 2200 Driver but it didnít work with the 2100.
    What settings should I use with the 2100 to match the results described by Bourkholder ?
    Can you help me here ?
    This can be very useful for me and others european users of this printer at the production of digital negatives with Pictorico.

    Kindest regards from Portugal


    Manuel Gomes Teixeira
    Punctum Studios- Primitive Photography
    Portugal

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    Hi, I moved this to the miscellaneous section since it has to do with digital production of negatives. It is not really and alternative process.

  3. #3

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    Jorge ,


    Sorry if this wasn't the correct section to put it, but I tought that as those digitally produced negatives are used with alternative processes that should be the right place.

    Thanks
    Manuel

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    Not a problem Manuel...



 

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