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Kodak Digital Paper


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Jul 30, 1997
I was mounting a photo on Kodak digital paper and it had a corner that came up, as I played with it, it pealed off the mount. It seams that they put a thin mat film on the bottom so their cheap paper looks like and feels like an RC type photo paper. I had several of the prints to mount and I could peal this film off before mounting. It seems to be put on with a very weak adhesive almost feels like a static mount.

Anybody else notice this?

I'm not particularly fond of the Kodak paper so I haven't used it myself for a while. However, I've been told they have changed the paper to "make all inks archival when printed on Kodak paper." Sounded voodoo to me. I'm meeting with one of their reps next week so I'll add it to my discussion list. Is this their inkjet or dye sub paper?
I have used a lot of Kodak Ultima Picture Paper and have never seen this. Which Kodak paper are you referring to?

It said digital imaging paper or something close. They are all mounted now and I didn't write it down, sorry.

The photos came from CBS and were photo's given to one of the surviver contestants.