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    Posted: 09 January 2020 at 19:51
Hi,

Are you printing your photos?

What substrates are you using?

Until now, I'm printing with Hahnemühle Bamboo, Duerer and German Etching papers. I'm looking to add more surfaces, Probably baryta, but what else?

Thank you for your imput.

Pako
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Still 'getting around' to that, I'm afraid, but I have been told the combination of paper, printer, and monitor settings is more important than any one of these. See for example see this recent article From Gary Friedmann's blog.
Miranda F & Sensorex, Sony A58, Nex-6, Dynax 4, 5, 60, 500si/600si/700si/800si, various Sony & Minolta lenses, several Tamrons, lots of MF primes and *far* too many old film cameras . . .
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I just had a milky way photo made on high gloss aluminum. It's amazing.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote PER Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 June 2020 at 21:31
Originally posted by Dena Dena wrote:

I just had a milky way photo made on high gloss aluminum. It's amazing.

I agree metal is awesome. I did a 20” x 60” safari print and I’m awestruck.
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