by Mike McNamee Published 01/04/2017
Mono Print Testing
In view of the paper’s intended use we went directly to monochrome printing using the Epson Advanced Black and White driver. We tested using premium SemiGloss Photo Paper as the media setting, Neutral for tone and both Darker and Darker for the tone density settings. Both settings delivered clean bright prints with the following statistics.
The colormetrically accurate setting would thus be made using a Darker setting although each printer would most likely choose a preference of visual assessment.
The Lab values are close to neutral, just a couple of points cool to match the base white point. The Dmax was very high which was evidenced by the great depth to the prints. The prints retained their high gloss and we did not detect any gloss differential. Metamerism was quite low and within the range we expect from the Epson K3 HDR ink set.
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