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Re: [teacherartexchange] Large Format Digital Printing


From: Diane C. Gregory (dianegregory_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Jun 24 2006 - 19:51:02 PDT

Hi Harold and all,

Sounds really cool. Enlarging digital images to get good quality prints is
challenging. It sounds like this software really helps a lot! I know I can't
afford the really high, high end digital cameras. Great information about

Thanks for sharing.


Quoting Harold Olejarz <>:
> Hi,
> I went to a class today on "Large Format Archival Printing" at the
> Visual Arts center of NJ in Summit. The class was taught by Jay
> Seldin, The lab was impressive as
> was the several large format Epson printers they had on hand. Jay
> showed an assortment of his prints on various papers and fabric. Yes,
> fabric, there is a polyester fabric that you can print on. Learned
> about a product called inkaid, that lets you print
> on almost anything. We also used a Photoshop plugin called SI Pro2,
> This plugin lets you size up an image for
> large format printing. Jay also went over how he uses Photoshop's
> Unsharpen Mask filter to sharpen an image for printing. I got to print
> 2 of my images to a size of 20 inches by 15 inches. At home I have an
> Epson 2000P that I usually print images to about 13 inches by 10
> inches, though I could print a bit larger. One of the images I printed
> during the class was taken with my Canon SD 500, a 7 megapixel camera.
> It is good to know that I can get a good quality large format image
> from this camera. I didn't get a change to try a printing from my
> Konica Minolta Digital SLR Maxxum 7D.
> I posted some photos on my blog,
> harold
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> Harold Olejarz
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