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Buy Epson Photo Paper

Premium Photo Paper Glossy has a high gloss finish that is perfect for printing your favorite cherished photos and enlargements for use with glass frames and photo albums. This paper is smudge and water-resistant with a smooth, bright white, resin coated stock.

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Photo paper is, quite simply, paper that's specially designed for printing photos on. If you've ever tried to printing your photographs on normal office paper, you'll have seen that the results are quite disappointing. So whether you're using a regular office multi-function printer or a dedicated photo printer like the Epson XP-970, you will get much better results from selecting good quality photo paper.

Professional photographers often feel that printing their own images enables them to show their photos in the way they want them to be seen, rather than being at the mercy of random and possibly badly adjusted monitor screens, tablets and even smartphones, owned by their clients.

Photo papers fall into two main categories. The first includes glossy, semi-gloss and lustre papers, which have a protective, shiny top layer. These are most ideal for use with photo printers like the Canon PIXMA PRO-200 and even general home printers, which use dye-based inks to generate photo output. The water-based ink is fully absorbed beneath the top layer, enabling excellent uniformity with an entirely smooth finish.

With matte photo papers, the ink is laid on the top-layer inkjet coating, rather than being absorbed beneath it. These are better suited to printers such as the Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-300 and Epson SureColor P700 and SureColor P900, which use pigment-based inks.

Glossy papers work well with photographs with deep, rich colors, while matte paper is usually more suitable for black and white photos. However, note that glossy papers attract fingerprints more easily, and suffer more from glare in direct sunlight or bright lighting.

Buying the best photo paper is vital if you're exhibiting your work or showing it in another way, such as displaying it in a portfolio. After spending all that money on a quality camera and lens, not to mention the best photo printer, you certainly don't want to cheapen your image by printing it in a sub-par manner.

In this article, we've listed the very best photo paper available today. We've divided our article into sections representing our four favourite manufacturers: Canon, Epson, Hahnemühle and Canason. So whether you're going for a glossy or matte look, you're sure to find what you're looking for.

Whether you're printing off photos to save in your scrapbook or want to have some glossy prints of your best pictures handy, a good photo printer can make a huge difference when you're saving those important images. While most printers can print images, the best printers for pictures can accurately and vividly reproduce colors while still retaining detail from your original photo. Inkjet printers also tend to be better suited for printing photos, and some inkjets even include special photo cartridges to give you an even better color reproduction.

We've tested over 120 printers, and below are our recommendations for the best photo printers you can buy. For other options, check out our picks for the best home printers, the best inkjet printers, and the best all-in-one printers.

The best photo printer we've tested is the Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-300, a professional-grade photo printer that produces excellent-quality photos. Printed pictures look incredibly detailed, vibrant, and color-accurate, with no banding or other artifacts. It supports borderless printing and various paper sizes up to 13" x 19". Its printing speed is slow, as it takes nearly two minutes to print a 4" x 6" photo, but this is part of the cost of high-quality photos. You can connect to the printer via Wi-Fi, USB, or Ethernet; however, it doesn't support printing from USB flash drives and SD cards, which might be inconvenient for photographers.

This printer has nine cartridges and uses specific photo cartridges that work only on glossy photo paper, meaning you won't have to worry about depleting the photo ink if you shift to printing documents or reports. That said, the cartridges are only good for about 400 color prints, and they're expensive, meaning you'll have to spend a fair amount of money on maintenance. Another downside is that it's a print-only model, so you'll have to get a separate scanner if you want to digitize old family photos. Nonetheless, if you're looking for the best print quality, it's the one to get.

If you don't need a professional-grade printer but still want high-quality photos, get the Epson EcoTank Photo ET-8550 instead. The main difference in print quality between this model and the Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-300 is color accuracy, as the ET-8550 tends to oversaturate the colors to make them appear more vibrant. Printed photos still look visually pleasing, just not as color-accurate. It's also a great option to print posters, as it supports paper sizes up to 13" x 19". It has the usual Wi-Fi, USB, and Ethernet connectivity and can print directly from an SD card.

As you may have guessed from its name, it's a supertank model, meaning it has a refillable ink tank instead of cartridges. A full tank yields a large number of prints, and the ink bottles are cheap, so you don't need to worry about high maintenance costs. Its flatbed scanner supports sheets up to 8.5" x 14" and produces very high-quality scans, which is great for digitizing photos. If you find the ET-8550 too expensive, there's a cheaper variant you might want to check out, the Epson EcoTank Photo ET-8500. It performs exactly like the ET-8550, so you'll still get amazing-looking photos, but it only supports paper sizes up to 8.5" x 11".

For a more modest mid-range pick, we chose the Epson EcoTank ET-2800. This model is known as the Epson EcoTank ET-2803 at Walmart or Target. Like our recommendation above, this is an all-in-one supertank model that yields thousands of prints, meaning your maintenance cost will remain low over time. However, it only uses the usual cyan, magenta, yellow, and black ink. It still prints very detailed photos, but because it has a narrower color range, some colors don't come out as well, like bright, saturated tones.

You can connect via USB or Wi-Fi, and there's support for Apple AirPrint and Mopria Print Service. This printer works with Epson's Smart Panel mobile app, which you can use to print, scan, and perform maintenance tasks. The scanner produces good-quality scans with nice coloring, but it has trouble capturing finer details, so it might not be ideal if you're looking to digitize photos. Unfortunately, it prints very slowly, taking around a minute and a half to print a single 4" x 6" photo.

Printing-wise, this model can reproduce a wide range of colors, and its color accuracy is decent. It isn't quite as good as the Epson EcoTank ET-2800 we recommend above with fine details, but it's still excellent. The downside is that the pictures look a tad more grainy. It supports borderless printing and various paper sizes up to 8.5" x 11".

If you need a cheap printer to print the occasional photo, we recommend the Canon PIXMA MG3620. It prints good-quality photos with lots of fine details and decent color accuracy, and it does so fairly quickly, taking only 50 seconds to print a 4" x 6" picture on glossy paper. The main drawback is that it only uses two ink cartridges: one black and one tri-color. These ink cartridges don't last very long, meaning you'll have to replace them often, and since it uses a tri-color cartridge, you have to replace the entire cartridge if only a single color runs out. There are XL cartridges available, but again, it won't yield as many prints as a model with more cartridges or a supertank model. Thankfully, the cartridges are cheap, so your overall maintenance cost won't rise too quickly.

If you're looking for the best printer for printing photos on the go, check out the Canon PIXMA TR150, a print-only inkjet model with a built-in rechargeable battery. It has USB and Wi-Fi connectivity and supports Apple AirPrint and Mopria Print Service, meaning you can easily connect your smartphone and start printing without installing any drivers or third-party apps. Printed photos look detailed and colorful, albeit slightly grainy. You'll have to replace the ink cartridges often, as they yield only about 190 color prints; however, they're relatively cheap, so it won't cost too much to maintain over time. The internal battery is good for around 330 prints and takes about two hours to fully charge. 041b061a72


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