Imaging Buffet Podcast 007 – Special Event: Teleseminar Recording
THE IMAGING BUFFET PODCAST 007
After a pretty long podcasting break, we’re back with a new show! This one does not have our traditional intro, just a short welcome note from me. It is a recording of a special “Virtual Book Tour” teleseminar that I conducted a few months ago. In it, I answer questions related to inkjet printing from subscribers of the Inkjet and Imaging Tips Newsletter. The show notes with links to more info can be found below:[audio:https://www.andrewdarlow.com/Audio/TIB007_TheImagingBuffet.mp3]
Press play above to listen now (duration: about 45min). Drag the moving bar to move forward or back at any time.
SHOW NOTES AND LINKS
â€¢ Bill Atkinson’s website (contains many profiles for selected Stylus Pro printers)
â€¢ Red River Paper’s website
â€¢ Hahnemuhle’s website
â€¢ Profile install locations on OSX and on Windows
â€¢ Monitor Calibration/Profiling article
â€¢ A few affordable and recommended Proofing Papers (in many cases, these are also suitable for fine-art printing):
–Matte surface: Epson Premium Presentation Paper Matte (Formerly Matte Paper Heavyweight)
-Epson Presentation Paper Matte (Formerly Photo Quality Inkjet Paper) Red River Premium Matte (a double sided version is also available, which allows for two-sided proofing).
–Glossy surface: Kirkland Professional Glossy Photo Inkjet Paper (available only at Costco stores, and not on www.costco.com)
–Ilford Galerie Smooth Gloss
â€¢ Target files for testing your monitor and printer
(see L2.2 on this page) I recommend the PhotoDisc target to begin with.
â€¢ Andrew’s calibration file (file available in multiple working spaces)
â€¢ Qimage home page
â€¢ Link to a 4 page free PDF from 301 Inkjet Tips and Techniques: “Printing on Uncoated Papers Using inkAID Coatings”
â€¢ CHROMiX ColorThink software (excellent tools for evaluating profiles)
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All the best!