Has anyone tried Fine Art Metals for inkjet printers yet? It tells of being just like Ilfocrome, or like metallic photographic paper.
I kind of dont believe it and am not sure I want to try it in my Epson 9800. Let me know b/c it is very expensive. I can't find it anywhere else but booksmartstudio website. Thanks
I got this today from shadesofpaper.com Looks interesting to me as I was considering doing something similar but using Inkaid.
quote: BOOKSMART STUDIO FINE ART METAL
Booksmart Studio is pleased to announce their line-up of fine art metal that are coated for inkjet printing with most printers. The line-up of metals includes aluminum-brushed, matte, & satin along with Satin Gold. The thickness of these metals varies from .012 & .016, which allows you to put them directly through your Canon, Epson, or HP printers with a straight pass through. Printing images on these metals give an appearance of being backlite and the image quality mimics that of Ilfochrome with the Aluminum Satin finish.
•A full-line of ICC profiles are available for all Epson printers that the fine art metals will work with. Including: Epson 2200, R1800, R2400, 4000, 4800, 7600/9600, & 7800/9800.