The 24" x 50' of Epson Exhibition Fiber Photo Inkjet Paper features a 12 mil thickness and a gloss finish. This fiber-based photo paper is designed for color as well as black and white prints and features an ISO brightness rating of 111%
Should I choose the Exhibition Fibre paper profile or Epson Luster, as some have mentioned? I'm using an Epson p600 printer. Many thanks!
Asked by: Darren
You should use the profile for the given paper if Epson has it available. Although the Exhibition Fibre Paper from Epson has been changed recently. You might want to check that with Epson.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2020-09-07
I have several (admittedly old) Signature Worthy ...
I have several (admittedly old) Signature Worthy Sample Packs with this paper. However, the specifications for it seem to be different ... e.g., 95% Brightness vs. 111% Brightness. Is this the same paper? Has Epson changed its specs in the past few years for this paper?
Asked by: Mike
Depends on your printer. Download the profile on your printers website
Answered by: Cynthia
Date published: 2021-06-27
Hi is this compatible with Epson 4900regards jeremy
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, they are compatible together.
Answered by: Matthew C.
Date published: 2018-08-28
Can this paper be used with an Epson R1900 ...
Can this paper be used with an Epson R1900 printer? Many thanks.
Asked by: Amy
Yes, Epson Exhibition Fiber Paper can be used with the Stylus R1900.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2021-09-30
I thought this paper could be used with the Epson ...
I thought this paper could be used with the Epson Surecolor P800?
Asked by: Viviana
This paper can be used with a Surecolor P800.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-08-22
Does this paper contain optical brighteners? And if so, do we have any information on archival quality? Would there be a difference in longevity of b&w vs. color prints?
Asked by: Anonymous
Exhibition Fiber is a 325-gsm paper with an exceptional white base and is capable of deep, rich blacks. While it has a fiber paper base and is acid-and lignin-free, it does contain optical brighteners. According to Wilhelm Research, framed under UV glass using pigment inks, they say about 150 years. Album/dark storage is around 200 years.This is for both black and white, and color using pigment inks.
Answered by: Steven C.
Date published: 2021-02-05
Is this the same as the Epson Signature Worthy Exhibition Fiber Paper? The cover of the box I currently have says Signature Worthy on it, but this one doesn't seem to have that. Are they 2 different papers?