Tag Name: qtr

QTR profiles for KM73 polymer plates

posted on: July 17th, 2014

Quadtone RIP profiles for making digital positives on the Epson R3000, 7800 and 1400 printers. These were created for use with the Toyobo KM73 flexographic plates. For more detailed information on the process go to polymerphotogravure.com.

categories:  alternative processes, polymer photogravure, digital positives   tags:  digital positives, polymer photogravure, alternative process, qtr

New Cyanotype QTR profile for 7800

posted on: July 17th, 2014

A Quadtone RIP profile for making negatives on the Epson 7800 to use with Mike Ware’s New Cyanotype process.

categories:  alternative processes, digital negative, cyanotype, qtr, workshop   tags:  cyanotype, alternative process, qtr

QTR profiles for palladium printing

posted on: July 17th, 2014

Quadtone RIP profiles for making digital negatives. Zip file contains profiles for making digital negatives on the Epson 1400, 2200, 2400, R3000, 3800, 3880, and 7800 printers.

categories:  alternative processes, palladium printing, qtr, digital negative   tags:  digital negatives, qtr, calibration, photoshop, platinum, palladium, printing

QuadTone RIP Digineg Tutorial

posted on: June 11th, 2014

This is a tutorial I wrote several years ago outlining the steps needed to use QuadTone RIP to create digital negatives for alternative process printing. For those who want to achieve the highest level of control over the digital negative process, the QuadTone RIP process still has no equal, albeit at the expense of a steepish learning curve. This tutorial is my attempt at creating a systematic way to use the QuadTone RIP driver for making negatives (and positives).

categories:  calibration, digital negative, photoshop, printmaking, palladium printing   tags:  calibration, digital negatives, alternative process, photoshop, palladium, printing, qtr, manual, instruction

51-step-tablet with levels (positive)

posted on: April 21st, 2014

Standard 51 step tablet annotated with levels in addition to gray percent. Used in calibration steps for polymer photogravure.

categories:  calibration, downloads, photography, workshop   tags:  calibration, digital positives, qtr