A quick question about borderless (full-bleed) home printing: I'm using an Epson Artisan 1430 (which replaces the Stylus 1400, Epson's "low-end" 13x19" photo printer). If I select the Borderless option when printing to letter size 8.5x11" photo paper, I am losing about 1/4" from each of the 4 sides of my image. (Example: Image is set up for 200 dpi printing: 1700x2200 pixels, and I'm losing 50 pixels on each side.)
I know there is always some "over spray" when these printers do full-bleed, but is 1/4" normal? It seems a lot to me. I'm wondering if it might be a driver issue, or if that is just how these printers do it.