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Old Aug 12, 2004, 6:23 PM   #1
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Very informative. The reason for starting a new topic is toattempt to find what other people have experienced in terms of permanence with inkjet prints made in the last 3 -5 years. Yes, printer and supplies technology are changing fast. But what are people finding in this new ( to me) field as of now?.

Last week I found (from three moves and 30 years ago) some nice 11x14 prints from Kodak print film. They were stored away from light (in a movers box) for the last 20 odd years. Considerable fading had occured. These were developed andprinted in my home darkroom using fresh Kodak papers and chemicals. Very disappointing, as the negatives (stored in plastic sleeves) have faded as well.

Experience with inkjet prints anyone?.



(FWIW, the National Archive has contracted three companies to develop a "permanent" electonic storage solution).




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