I have been a Nikon shooter from way back. My first SLR was a match needle Fujinon. It got stolen, so I bought a Nikon FM, which I still have. Now I have Nikon DSLR cameras for my landscape photography and a Fuji X-E2 for a great walking around camera. The best camera is the one you have with you, and besides my cell phone, the X-E2 makes wonderful images I can print large. I use digital capture for my images and process them in Lightroom and Photoshop. I print my own images using Epson Professional Inkjet printers, with the Epson 4900 being my workhorse. I can print images up to 17″ wide and any length, which is great for panoramics. I use a variety of fine art papers. I tend to favor matte papers with a little bit of texture. Right now I am using Epson Hot Press Bright and Hot Press Natural, and for a traditional darkroom style satin paper, I use Canson Platine. My favorite paper is Moab Entrada, in both the Bright and Natural. The beauty of printing your images is the ability to experiment with paper, as it can enhance the image greatly. M the
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