Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway

Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway
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Do BOTH Why not do both? Print your name in the appropriate place using an attractive typeface such as Caslon, roman style, in medium weight on the type layer of your image-processing software. To get the effect you want you might even print on over-size stock to allow the name to lie comfortably on the L R/H corner of the border. Then, scrawl your ...


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You can prepare a combination of your name and signature. Take a look at this google search: https://www.google.com/search?q=name+and+signature+logo Take care on one thing: There is a chance you need to increase the resolution of the output. For example I'm fine with a 100-150 ppi output on a photo, but on text I would double that resolution; 200-300 ppi. ...


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I routinely print on Canson Baryta paper. I leave a white border around the image and sign with a Pigma Micron archival ink pen. It is black, but the do have other colors.


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Perception is reality. I'd like to state that the emulsions of different surface-type papers are the same. The dynamic ranges of the emulsions are the same. The only difference is the surface texture. What is different is our perception of the dynamic range. This is due to the "dilution" of the dark areas of the print due to tiny highlights on the irregular ...


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Museum-quality glass isn't much of a specification. For ripple-free, parallel surface sides; specify "float" glass. There are a variety of surface coatings available for control of reflections and limiting ultraviolet transmissions that would fade dyes and pigments regardless of how stable their colorants. Specify those as desired in addition to the quality ...



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