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St Cuthberts Paper

Nick_w Plus
10 4.3k 99 England
2 Feb 2014 3:22PM
Has anyone tried any paper from the following?

I've heard they make some of the Epson fine art grades. I can't find any online reviews . Whet is the difference between Somerset Photo and Somerset enhanced (both stains).

The prices for their paper are a lot cheaper than others in the market. ( a pack of 50 is cheaper than 25 from most others).

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robthecamman 6 1.7k United Kingdom
2 Feb 2014 3:55PM
st cuthberts at bottom of there page press contact theres a phone number ask them
sherlob Plus
12 2.9k 129 United Kingdom
2 Feb 2014 3:58PM
You could try the range... Then do a review Wink

Nick_w Plus
10 4.3k 99 England
2 Feb 2014 5:15PM
Thanks Adam and Rob. Tbh printing is the part of my work that needs a big improvement - I'm determined to get it right as I want to enter more salon print competitions this year - but until I get the paper / print combination I'm happy with I m reluctant to do so.
janeez Plus
9 1.8k 8 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2014 1:30AM
I have seen prints done on the Somerset paper and it was beautiful. Almost had a velvet finish to it.
Nick_w Plus
10 4.3k 99 England
3 Feb 2014 9:18AM
Thanks Jane
ajed Plus
12 58 England
3 Feb 2014 9:51AM
I've used Somerset papers for ink jet, Cyanotype and Lino printing, they are very good indeed.

Recently though I came across this:

The price is ridiculous and the prints show every nuance of the image. The price also means that I can reprint many times, I always find something that I hadn't seen on screen in a print.

Nick_w Plus
10 4.3k 99 England
4 Feb 2014 7:40AM
Thanks Jem

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