A Quicky After You Finish Work
When you have printed your Ilford or Epson paper on your Epson inkjet printer and laid the print aside to dry for the requisite period, what do you do?
1. Forget where you put it and set a sloppy coffee cup down on it.
2. Find it the next day lining the budgie cage.
3. Trim it accurately and mount it for the club competition.
4. All the above in that order.
I find it is helpful to wander around the workroom looking for my glasses until I stumble on the print. I do not enter club competitions but nevertheless I try to keep a printed archive as well as the electric images in the hard drive. This has saved my zebra on two occasions when I deleted the very files I needed.
Separate note: Do not purchase gold ingots, contract marriage, or edit electronic images after 10:00 at night - it always ends badly.
But to the point. We sell a rather natty Promaster rotary trimmer for the No.4 stage listed above. It seems to be square on the paper guide and blade path and is sturdy enough for regular use. Better than a pair of scissors and a concentrated expression on your face...