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PIEZOGRAPHY…why I use a monochrome converted printer

A few years back after I had bought an Epson photo printer, a R2880 model, I started printing my monochrome images and found them rather disappointing. This Epson model had 8 inks, but it only used 3 for monochrome as far as I understood it. It had an ‘Advanced Black and White’ mode that I used but sometimes I was aware of a slight colour cast and I didn’t think the darkest tones were ‘black enough’.

However I was still learning how to adjust my images in Photoshop and I hadn’t got a calibrated monitor for my PC.

I looked around and discovered the system devised by American Jon Cone called Piezography.

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