August 10, 2014

Hahnemuhle Museum Etching B&W setup and evaluation- A long one

Filed under Technical Articles | by Tyler Boley @ 1:44 pm

I thought I’d put a link to this post here on the Custom Digital Blog as well. It relates primarily to my personal work, but has so many general printing related issues, paper selection, etc.. that it should be here as well. Just click on the link-

Hahnemuhle Museum Etching B&W setup and evaluation- A long one

April 3, 2012

Some things are too good to abandon…

Filed under Announcements, Technical Articles | by Tyler Boley @ 6:47 pm

In 2003 Jon Cone’s Piezotone ink sets in a variety of hues were introduced view entire entry

July 1, 2011

Summer 2011 update

Filed under Announcements, Technical Articles | by Tyler Boley @ 5:49 pm

Lulu\'s cool rug courtesy of Don Lysons

Lulu's cool rug courtesy of Don Lysons

The transition of previous capabilities to new equipment and software view entire entry

June 23, 2011

Piezography Ink Workshop at Cone Editions

Filed under Announcements, Technical Articles | by Tyler Boley @ 10:53 am

L to R- Walker Blackwell, John Dean, myself © Jon COne

L to R- Walker Blackwell, John Dean, myself © Jon COne


On Wednesday June 8th I traveled to Vermont on the invitation of Jon Cone view entire entry

April 9, 2009

New Photo Surface B&W Print Service

Filed under Additional Services, Announcements, Technical Articles | by Tyler Boley @ 5:26 pm

After well over a year of testing various new papers and ink setups I now have much more finessed photo surface black and white output options available. While they do not mimic, each was designed to impart some of the qualities of lightly selenium toned silver papers, one a more neutral bromide like look, the other a more warmish chlorobromide appearance. view entire entry

September 2, 2008

B&W print quality

Filed under Technical Articles | by Tyler Boley @ 6:09 pm

WARNING! Obsessive discussion about dots of ink follows-

B&W quality

Film Scan _______ ABW 1440 _______ Quad 1440 _______ K7 2880 _______ Silver Contact

From my very first experiences with an inkjet printer I’ve been concerned view entire entry

August 14, 2008

RIP work, pushing photographic quality with ink

Filed under Technical Articles | by Tyler Boley @ 3:26 pm

There are many reasons for a print studio to use a RIP, and I won’t go into all of them here. Most probably think it simply provides view entire entry

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