Hahnemuhle Museum Etching B&W setup and evaluation- A long one

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Since going through this process throws light on several issues, some perhaps peripheral, but important, I decided to post the process. Everything from why it was required, through execution and completion may be applicable to others in a variety of … Continue reading

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The thing about nozzles…

And the lack of them . . .

I realize this hardly rises to the level of issues we love to talk about here , but I run into this so often it’s worth noting in the hope it saves even one person some inkjet grief. I run into … Continue reading

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The State of the State of the Arts in Black & White

An opinion by Jon Cone based upon the article of the same name published in the Jan/Feb 2012 issue of View Camera Magazine.

In 2002, Epson introduced their first improvement to black & white printing when they added a light black ink in the then new Epson 2200 desktop printer. It would take Epson nearly five more years before they would deliver two … Continue reading

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Print on Demand

Developing New Curriculum for Photographic Education

Note: This post is adapted from a paper by the same title originally published in The International Journal of the Book, vol.7, no. 1 Regardless of education or career path the question of how to find an audience eventually becomes … Continue reading

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The State Of Inkjet

Advanced monochrome blending.

My photographic print background is grounded in the high standards set by the acknowledged masters of the pre-digital era. Having been exposed to a wide variety of amazing prints, historical, contemporary, all the various methods from hand coated, west coast … Continue reading

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