I don’t know if this is the right subforum for this post or not, but here goes.
I’m probably going to get the Selenium set soon, now that our Canadian dollar has recovered a little. However, on the following webpage:
you have several proofed samples to look at to help choose what kinds of inks one might want to try. This is great. I have done some of my own playing around by soft proofing a few of my own images. However I did notice that the Sepia (carbon) set only had matte samples on this page. Honestly I am growing to like matte more and more. Fewer distracting reflections, the eye gets attracted more to the art, not the “pop”. (Forgive me if I sound like a beginner trying to sound knowlegable.) I would have liked, however, to have seen one example of a Sepia (carbon) on gloss to compare. I noticed that you have both gloss and matte examples for the Selenium set. I’m quite suprised just how much warmer the Selenium [I][/I][B]glossy[/B] prints (JonCone Studio Type 5) look than the [I][/I][B]matte[/B] (Joncone Studio type 2). It was very useful to see the difference for Selenium here. Is there a similar effect in the carbon prints? I know that the nature of carbon dictates that they will be warmer than Selenium anyway.