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Inexpensive and nice stock frames

kmh

Los Alamos, US
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kmh Silver Member Nikonian since 04th May 2008
Fri 06-Apr-12 07:34 PM

Barry,

I am interested in your experience with the Eco print shield. How did you apply it? What is its effect on various surfaces for the different types of Eco(matte, satin, glossy)?

Since there hasn't been a recent discussion of print coatings, I thought it would be worthwhile to start another thread; look for the caption "Coating prints".

Could you address these questions there. I see you have said a lot about Eco in previous forums, but perhaps you have something new/more to say.

Cheers,
Ken Hanson

My gallery

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