*NEWS*INKJET PRINTS ON A MISSION

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*NEWS*INKJET PRINTS ON A MISSION

 user 2005-03-08 at 10:47:00 am Views: 70
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    Inkjet prints on
    a mission

    MARCH, 2005
    WHEN it comes to printing
    photographs,inkjet printers are often thought of as poor cousins to the silver
    halide process involved in film photography.

    No longer prepared to accept
    this notion,Epson has declared that the output of its inkjet printers is now
    not just the equivalent of film,but superior to it.

    The problem for Epson is that, generally, this is not believed.

    However, the Picture Perfect Exhibition, currently in Sydney at the Billich
    Gallery in The Rocks, displays a vast range of colour prints, some at
    astonishing sizes, by well-known and amateur photographers, all printed on Epson
    machines.

    This, and a nationally touring collection of the works of renowned
    photographer Robin Sellick, also entirely printed on Epson inkjetS robinsellick.coM may help to
    dispel some myths about the relative merits of inkjet printing.