I know the Epson is capable of printing at 2880x1400. Hanhemuhle suggest using 1440 in their guide for printing on Hahnemuhle FineArt papers. Is there any reason why the recommended resolution is 1440x720 and not the higher 2880x1440. Is it that it doesn't make a noticeable difference and it'll be a waste of ink? I use a Mac (OS 10.
if that's information is going to be of any help.
My images are sent from Photoshop to the Epson7900 via Mirage. The Hahnemuhle media package on Mirage also has the maximum resolution set to 1400x720. One could create a custom profile at a higher resolution; just wondering whether the difference will be noticeable.
I can't answer that question for you, because I do not have access to that printer model. However, you can see and/or measure if it makes a difference yourself.
When you download my free resolution target
, you can print that, and it will allow you to tell not only the horizontal and vertical resolution, but also the achievable resolution at many other angles. As a bonus, it will also leave you a test target for determining the resolution of cameras.