I printed targets to send for custom curves on Photo Rag Baryta. I dried the target for 5 minutes before printing the 30000GO pass. I noticed that the targets have gloss differential in the darkest 10 patches of the DTP target.
Then I printed another target, let it sit 48 hours, then did 5 minutes with the hair dryer. There’s still gloss differential in the darkest 10 patches of the target.
Will the custom curve reduce the amount of black ink in these patches and eliminate the gloss differential? Or do the targets need to have more GO passes before measuring?
Using Epson 7800 set up with a Piezo2 WN-SEL inkset, warm neutral opaque black as shade 1, the most recent P2 master gloss curve, QTR 2.7.5, Print-Tool 10.1.0, Mt. Lion 10.8.5, Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Baryta paper.