Matte inkjet photo paper is more suitable for the light – line environment or the widest Angle of view. A lack of gloss on the surface means you won’t have any glare (very good for black and white images or newspaper effects).High-gloss inkjet photo paper is more like a thick matte paper than a real photo paper. Generally speaking, it’s cheaper than the best photo paper, but it offers more color than glossy paper.
Manufacturers usually don’t tell you whether their inkjet photo paper is inflatable or porous, but there are usually a couple of clues in the description. Porous paper is called “instant drying”, while the swelling paper is often listed as “quick dry” or “high gloss”.
Most Epson, Canon and HP have good inkjet paper – just very expensive and in some cases very expensive. I really like the Canon printer, sometimes using their PR101 inkjet photo paper on paper – but a 15-pack workbag? Canon wake-i’m a professional, and I really like your printer and paper, but I want to load the printer 50 and go to lunch. Just unpacking PR101 makes me mad at you. That made me even angrier than before the cost of packaging materials and huge waste of resources. With my Canon photo printer, I usually use a Fuji premium or Ilford Galerie smooth surface inkjet paper, which is packed in 100 cartons and is also excellent.
This is the real biggest drawback, the best oems – cost – they seem to want to sell a lot of packaging on a lot of packaging at a very high price. Most offer lower-cost alternatives, such as Epson inkjet photo paper or Canon glossy inkjet paper, but they are generally not very good. If you use them to print full-size photos, they will use a lighter base to crease them. To ensure flat results, not a mess, you really need about 200 grams or more.