"Wow, That does sound too good to be true. Are you using your same
duotone curves for the card paper?"
Not using Duotone curves at all anymore (unless I want them for some effect). Mode is Grayscale (ink setting is Color et.)
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"On another topic, are you at all worried that if you go to inkjet, part of your appeal will be lost? Maybe appeal is the wrong word, but I am curious as to what amount of your sales you feel is due to being a "traditional" printer?"
Now that is a question. My plan is to continue using "traditional" darkroom for larger prints and eventually to increase the price for them by about 25%. I won't do this at first because I will still be curious to see the mix of sales of Inkjet vs. Traditional.
But I am going to do more "digital" prints for sizes of 8 x 12 and smaller for new images and for all the prints that I sell "on the street." It simply allows me to offer more images than I can do with traditional printing.
I suspect that most people won't care one way or the other so long as the prints are "stunning" -- "most" being the operative word. And, I am going to keep the "limited edition" part of it going for the larger inkjet prints as well. It doesn't seem to me that how a print is produced has anything to do with how many you say you will make, or not make. In fact, I have a coffee cup on my table that if you like I'll sign and number 1 of 1 and sell.