Tag Archives: Epson

Discovering New Papers and Erasing Old Ideas

Transitioning from one material to another takes time, and the willingness to fail. For years, as an analog photographer, I used AZO paper from Kodak to create my 8X10″ contact prints. Now, in the digital realm, I have been using … Continue reading

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My Epson R2400 Printer is a CHAMP!

Want your printer to work at peak performance? Want a printer that spits out print after print without clogging, needing to re-align the printer head and wondering why is my print…(fill in the blank, too dark too light too magenta, … Continue reading

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Thank You to Jon Cone and Inkjet Mall

I know I have written several times about my conversion from Epson OEM inks to “Third Party” cartridges and inks before, but I think it is important to keep this information current for those of you seeking guidance before taking … Continue reading

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My 8X10″ Negative Conversions: UPDATE 2 / Epson Scanner Has Arrived

This is the third installment documenting the conversion of my black and white film negatives, of which the majority are 8X10″ format, to digital files. I started off this process searching for an inexpensive method that would provide a usable … Continue reading

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My Epson R2400 Conversion to Third Party Inks: UPDATE

This seems to be my week for writing updates to previous blog posts. It’s not that I’m running out of ideas, just the opposite. As much as I would like to move on to other topics, I feel it is … Continue reading

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Conversion to Digital Files Part II

Now that my 8X10″ black and white negatives have been converted to RAW files as outlined in my previous blog, I can say without hesitation, that was the best 8 bucks (for the plexiglass, again, just read the previous blog … Continue reading

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Analog to Digital Conversion on the Cheap

The other day I pulled out my archive of 8X10″ black and white negatives. I have not had them unsealed in almost 15 years. The best images were printed on AZO paper and, using archival processes, dry mounted and matted … Continue reading

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