GRD2 + Aperture + Silver Efex --> Film-like results without tears

Started Oct 28, 2008 | Discussions thread
OP mitchall Senior Member • Posts: 1,789
GRD2: B&W Landscapes

Guy, you're right: the Epsons are good for B&W. The 3800 could be a good choice, although I don't know whether that's the latest model, which apparently had eliminated "gloss differential". Liking rich blacks, I use PK ink with glossy-type paper. Epson Lustre is hard to beat for deep, rich blacks. I use a local knock-off brand that seems to be identical to Luster at half the price.

—Mitch/Chiang Mai

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