I have a Epson 4900 with a full set of Selenium inks (mate, gloss and digital negative inks)
I will like to maintain a printing system that allows me to make both regular Piezography Prints (PP) and Piezography Digital Negatives (PDN) for silver print and platinum palladium.
I have already make beautiful Piezography prints but I am confused by the cartridges ink position and the Methodology method. I have read all the papers but still I am not sure if my inks are in the correct position.
Do I should use the Methodology 1? right?
Bellow is a jpg with the description of how are my inks installed in my 4900.
Can you please tell me if that is correct or not.
Silver prints, platinum and pallladium prints, carbon-print, photogravure, cyanotype, kallitype, and many other traditional photographic mediums are suited to the density ranges that are possible when using Methodology 3. The below chart is our recommended curves for these mediums.
Platinum / Palladium
Cyanotype, Kallitype, others
- requires use of Photoshop correction curve to compensate for UV = Pt-Pd.acv.zip
Pictorico Pro Ultra Premium OHP is the only film that we support because it is the only film produced today that can absorb as much ink as the Piezography process prints. Because the .quad curves are designed to minimize the distance between ink droplets, 40% more ink is printed with the Piezography process than is by the Epson printer driver. This additional ink is represented by the benefits of significantly higher resolution, more shadow and highlight detail, smoother tonal transitions, lack of digital artifacts or dot patterns.