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De Atramentis Document Inks Revisited - The 2018 Collection



Morbus Curiositas

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A lot better the white of the paper is white now.

 

Although the yellow still has this orange Hue (please compare with the scan)

 

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This is he print screen of lightroom. My laptop (asus) can show 100% RGB and the monitor is calibrated

 

Have a look at the histogram… Peak on the left and peak on the right ( I guess this has to do with the high contrast between Black and White

 

BTW Used non direct light and calibrated my camera with a grey card

 

It's tough. Digital cameras and how they process colour is a lengthy subject. How we represent reflected light (ie light bouncing back off the inks on the page) with transmitted light (what we see from a monitor) is a tricky process.

I remember teams of people in print houses trying to replicate Fuji Velvia's super saturated colours in a colour print and visaversa.

 

Trying to show all the colours at once, as you have, is really difficult as sensors / software / conversions are more sensitive to some colours than others.

 

I always adjust the photo of my swatches with my swatch in front of me - and I only do one ink at a time. :blush:

 

I commend you for your achievements and your review is an EXCELLENT starting point for anyone looking to buy the DA Document inks B)

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Wowsers, what an epic review! Thank you!

 

I haven't tried any De Atramentis inks yet but looks like I'll need to in the near future. Though I have more ink than I could ever use, I'm always on the hunt for great water resistant/proof inks (I have most of Noodler's bulletproof inks).

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Thank you, Peter, for this outstanding review! Excellent work! Thank you for taking all that time to do this.

 

I am embarrassed to say that I just now saw this review, although I have been considering obtaining some document inks. I have been using dye based inks mostly, but may be needing to switch to more permanent inks in the near future.

 

Thank you again! You are the best!

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Billingsgate

Belated thanks for this great review and all the outstanding replies. Goulet Pens sells a sample set of the full line of De Atramentis Document inks, which I shall be ordering forthwith.

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Awesome review for sure !

Does anyone ever try the Green Grey ?

LYTH

http://i1226.photobucket.com/albums/ee402/LYTH1/031.jpg

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I just love seeing the mixes and the great review. Thank you, MC.

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