Normal Paper or Photo Paper
I would like you to think if you was at home and printing of photos do you print using specialist photo printing paper most of the time or just standard paper???
I know I don't print off many photos but when I do I use normal paper only because of the cost of the proper stuff.
Would love to hear if many of you fork out for photo paper or not?
[B]Proper Inkjet Paper![/B] and make sure the correct paper is selected in the print setup. Each kind of paper (if it's designed for printing) has its own 'profile'. It makes a world of difference - unless, of course, you didn't particularly want the print to last more than a month or so.
People that buy quality printers, with quality ink and use quality paper are not being conned..... they get a better result.... by far.
to be honest i think it's a waste of ink printing a photo on anything but photo paper
if your using branded inks rather than 3rd party they don't come cheap nowadays so in my book every print counts and i would say the paper (some brands ) is now cheaper than the ink used, even cheap photo paper would be a better investment than printing to plain paper and i'm pretty sure photo paper settings uses less ink than plain paper settings within the printer/paper config
something else to consider...
for printing everything else thats not a photograph i use a cheap colour laser printer which has to be the most economical way of printing anyhthing but a photo
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