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Paper Size Vs. Portfolio Size???
Old 07-01-2003, 09:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just ordered an Epson 1280. I also use a "Scuba" portfolio book from Models-Mart, which holds prints up to 9x12. Do you guys just use 8x11 paper and make 8x10 prints or do you use 11x14 paper and cut it to 9x12 or 8x12?? If so, what the heck do I need to cut the paper after printing and where can I get it? Would appreciate any advice.
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Re: Paper Size Vs. Portfolio Size???
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Randy I either print on the 11x14 or the 11x17 depending on which is cheaper at the moment. Then I print 9x12 full bleed and trim. TO trim I use a pro rotary cutter (from staples) 15" version....replacement blades are cheap and its smaller than a paper cutter....works well...

Also I havent had "GREAT" responses from the Epson paper...but the ilford works great..and plenty of good profiles out there.


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You can print two 9x12 images together on a 13x19 sheet with very little wasted paper. I use the paper cutter in my darkroom to trim the images after printing.
 
 
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Your information will help me greatly. Thanks to you both.
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