A new breed of inkjet printers is lighting the way for a resurgence in top-quality black-and-white printing from a desktop darkroom
By The Editors
Published August 1, 2005
Updated July 1, 2016
Everything old is new again. After lying dormant for more than a few years, black-and-white photography is growing explosively. Printer manufacturers are putting sizable resources into developing better ink and paper combinations, plus improved software and firmware, to generate black-and-white prints that surpass what was possible in the old wet darkroom. As the latest generation of products comes to market, we’re taking a look at the possibilities.
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