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Re: [BKARTS] printing photographs



yes. i'm curious as to why someone would want us to not also benefit by
these answers?

> Please also respond to the list for the answers to these questions. Many
> of us are trying to figure out the same thing.
>
> I would add one more question; all inks and paper should be archival.
>
> Cheryl Slyter
>
>
>
>
> > These are her questions:
> >
> > " For printing photographs for a book resulting in a print equivalent in
> > quality to a coffee-table photography book print: what are the
> > recommendations for:
> > 1. The printer type
> > 2. Resolution of the printer
> > 3. Paper type (some sort of semi-glossy paper thin enough to be able to flip
> > the page, but thick enough to be able to print on both sides of the page)
> > 4. Paper thickness
> > Recommendation for a printing service in the US?"

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