Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2001/11/27

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Subject: Re: [Leica] xmas in bucharest - spread the leica word....
From: Mark Rabiner <>
Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2001 15:13:02 -0800
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Ted Grant wrote:
> Tina wrote:
> >>> Mine is a Carbon Pigment Quad-Black Piezography print on Epson Archival
> Matte paper  ;-)<<<<<<,
> And for we lucky folks getting one of Tina's beautiful prints, let me say
> this...... you are going to have QuickTime heart beats when you see it, as
> they are beautiful!
> Not only is Tina a cracker jack,  oops!  ;-)  A cracker Jill photographer,
> she produces the most fantastic Carbon Pigment Quad-Black Piezography prints
> you will ever see.  Absolutely stunning prints that can only come from the
> hand and eye of a master photographer making the correct film exposure at
> the right time of shutter release!

For those of you like me who didn't know what the heck Carbon was here it is:

ONe thing they said was:
Piezography™inks are not subject to the metamerism found in dye based inks nor
dye/pigment inks. Metamerism is the tendency for an ink system to appear
different under varying light conditions. For example, Piezography™ prints do
not change dramatically under tungsten, fluorescent and incandescent light
sources. The same can not be said for ink systems produced by EPSON, LYSON, MIS
and others.

Mark Rabiner
Portland, Oregon USA
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