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Color Inconsistency between Epson Large Format Printers

Date posted: July 31, 2019

This is my dilemma. I have been doing art reproduction for 11 years now. I started out with Epson 9800s. I moved to the Epson 9900/4900 all at once, and we went through a lot of work to adjust all our files, or at least ones that mattered, so that th ... Read full post


The Bluest of Blues – YInMn blue

Date posted: May 9, 2019

The accidental hue Throughout history, making a blue pigment has taken hard work—or a stroke of luck CORVALLIS, OREGON—Mas Subramanian's most celebrated discovery came out of the blue. As a solid state chemist at ... Read full post


Friday Feature Art Scanning: Abstract Artists

Date posted: August 18, 2017

Happy Friday! This week we have a fabulous group of energetic and inspiring Abstract Artists for you! Pure Abstraction can be tricky - too little and the work falls flat, too much and you have a colorful mess. But this group of painters has successfu ... Read full post


Art Scan of the day: Elena Holzemer

Date posted: August 1, 2017

Elena Holzemer brought us these lovely paintings to be scanned. The giclee prints are 16"x24" on Arches watercolor paper and are being sold as part of a charity auction.   [caption id="attachment_5362" align="aligncenter" width="450"] ... Read full post


Dunning–Kruger effect and Artists

Date posted: July 12, 2016

Recently in the office we’ve been discussing the Dunning-Kruger effect. It’s a fascinating read. Ever wonder why amateurs think they’re suddenly great, or great artists under estimate themselves (The Bush-sim for this is misunderestimate)? Well ... Read full post