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Wedding, portrait and school photographers have traditionally used luster paper for their photos. Now Epson offers this popular surface paper, Premium Luster Photo Paper, to digital printmakers. This instant drying paper produces vivid, lifelike images that rival those of traditional silver halide prints. Premium Luster Photo Paper delivers highly saturated prints by offering maximum ink coverage and a high D-Max for true photographic reproductions. Its 10-mil RC base gives prints a photographic feel, and keeps the paper cockle-free. Ideal for use with all Epson Inks.
Highest color gamut available for vivid color reproduction
RC paper base for actual photo prints
Luster E surface finish
Enhanced 2880 dpi printing for the highest quality output
Dries instantly for easy handling with Epson inks
Compatible with Dye, EPSON Archival™ and UltraChrome™ ink
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Gaylord M. from BAKERSFIELD, CA:
This is a very professional looking paper with a good weight to it. You will not be disappointed, and it's a very good price for a super luster finish too.
Colors and the images really pop on it. Dries reasonably fast and looks great. Sheen is somewhere between a glossy and smooth matte finsh with a very slight texture to the surface. Just make sure you put the right facing side in or you'll have a slow drying runny mess (Don't ask me how I know either! Duh!).
I would recommend getting a smaller and cheaper box of luster paper for test prints rather than using the larger 17x22 or 25 inch lengths. I used up a box of 50 8x10 sheets honing in prints for the final 17" wide ones, and calibrating with the ColroMunki Photo too.
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