Hi everyone here,
After checking tons of different photopapers, I've been suggested by a friend of mine, who is Pro photographer, to try german made, TETENAL Spectra Jet paper http://www.tetenal.com/, he is using with fantastic results (he had several serious exhibitions, where everything was printed on this paper). It is little-known brand, but their papers are highest quality, fair price stuff. I don't know, if it's available in US, but in Europe, where I live, you can find it without bigger problems, I hope. I totally switched to TETENAL and I even forgot names of other manufacturers.
I highly reccomend it!
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#1. "RE: Tetenal paper" | In response to Reply # 0Karl Registered since 25th Sep 2002Fri 27-Jun-03 06:24 AM
I've tried the Tetenal Premium Fine Art Glossy Paper (290g). I don't know if I got it wrong, but I'm not very impressed with the B&W prints. This paper suffers from massive bronzing and it lacks tonal range in the black areas. Perhaps this will change when I use the matte black inc.
I downloaded the ICC profile from Tetenals website and used it for my prints. I also found a pdf file describing some custom settings for paper density and so on. Still, not very good results.
I'll try some different settings when I get back home to night, I'll also try the other Tetenal papers to see how they are.
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