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AS A MATTER OF FACT If you re into black-and-white photography, think about buying a printer by the company that leads the photo printer boom, Epson Then you can use inks such as those made by Lysonic Its Quad Black ink sets provide four different intensities of black to replace the normal colors in an ink jet The results: you get shading and tones of black that you can t get when you have only solid black to work with The blacks come in warm brown tone, neutral black, and cool blue tone
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Here s the first dirty little secret of digital photo printing: The prints bleed and fade Carry a print fresh off the printer in a sweaty hand, and you ll have a blur the size of your thumb on the prints and a mess of ink on your thumb Even a print that s dried for several days will run if it comes in contact with water You may be able to avoid sweaty palms and sudden showers But you can t avoid light and time Both are killers when it comes to any type of photographic prints whether from film or from a computer printer But it s only recently that people have realized that those irreplaceable pictures of their great-great-grandparents aren t going to last forever Not only that, but the way we ve chosen in the past to protect them mounted in scrapbooks has been putting them face-to-face with chemicals in the paper and other photographs that only hasten their deterioration Hard copy from computer printers had, until the last few years, been worse than film prints when it comes to fading and discoloration Computer printer photos are susceptible to ultraviolet light and ozone Confronted by a realization that they were running out of time to save some of our photographic treasures, photographers have become as concerned as museum keepers when it comes to using archival-quality materials for storage and display The printer companies have jumped on the bandwagon in a race to extend the life of printed pictures You can do your part Following is some advice on how to produce prints with more built-in immunity to the environment and heat
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In a sense, digital photos still have it over film in the race for survival Film prints may last long naturally, but once negatives go bad and they will you no longer have a source for an original print But digital files do not fade or crack They can
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become unreadable, but you can avoid that disaster with a few precautions In addition to any prints you make, save your photos to a CD-ROM, preferably two, just in case It s estimated that data on a CD-ROM will last 100 years if it s stored away from light in a way that protects the surface from scratches Of course, the 100-year claim hasn t been tested, and so it wouldn t hurt if every decade or so you burn new CDs from the old The new copies will be as good as the old ones were ten years earlier
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With your pictures safely stored on CDs, you could simply plan on replacing your printed pictures every few years after they become faded But you have better things to do with your life You re better off doing what you can to produce prints that will last as long as possible from the very start So why do prints fade The inks used by ink-jet printers break down when ultraviolet light strikes them The inks exposure to chemicals in the air, particularly ozone, eat away at the ink The defense Paper In just the last few years, printer makers have stretched the lifetime of computer printer photos past the point where film prints have faded away Much of it has to do with the absorption factors of manufacturers house-brand photo papers Henry Wilhelm of Wilhelm Imaging Research (wwwwilhelmresearchcom/articles_ist02_2002html) has been running ongoing tests for years to predict the lifespan of photos reproduced with different inks, papers, and printers The table that follows shows the results (note that all results are for framed prints under glass, in a bright room) Desktop Ink-jet Printer and Inks Printer: Canon S800 Photo Printer Ink: Canon BCI-6 (six dye-based inks) Print Paper and Type of Coating Canon Photo Paper Pro PR-101 (microporous coating) Canon Glossy Photo Paper GP-301 (microporous coating) Printer: Epson Stylus Photo Epson Color Life Photo 890, 1280, 870, and 1270 Page (swellable polymer Ink: Epson (six dye-based inks) coating) Epson Matte Paper Heavyweight (matte-coated paper) Years Displayed Before Noticeable Fading 27 years
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