The Right Inkjet Photo Paper Will Enhance The Look And Longevity Of Your Prints
Ibarionex R. Perello
Published June 13, 2008
Updated June 19, 2016
The final look of your print has everything to do with the paper you place in your printer. Beyond size, the weight, whiteness and surface of a paper all make a dramatic difference in the appearance of color and tone, especially whites and blacks. By carefully selecting inkjet paper, you can move beyond merely copying an image and elevate printmaking to a more creative part of your photography.
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