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Jon Canfields Review on Inkpress Paper

Inkpress Paper has a complete line of photo papers for every printing need, including RC-type gloss and luster papers, fine art papers, and films. Inkpress has high-quality papers and manages to sell them for less than other name brands, making them a good choice for anyone on a budget or just interested in trying some new surfaces. I tested the Luster paper and found that it was very similar to the Epson Premium Luster in texture and weight. The Inkpress version is slightly whiter than the Epson paper and has a very impressive 2.16 D-max. This paper worked very well for both the portrait and color images, although I found a bit more bronzing on the black and white print than some of the other papers.

For a gloss paper, I printed to the White Gloss Film. This paper has a very bright white surface, and as the name implies, is a very smooth surface. With a D-max of 2.15, the paper holds excellent shadow detail and very good saturation for color. It’s a nice paper for black and white printing as well as color.

Their Rag paper is available in two weights—200gsm and 300gsm, and in both warm and cool tones. The Warm Tone appears to be a standard rag with no optical brighteners, while the Cool Tone is a whiter finish. Both papers are dual-sided, making them a good choice for proofing, books, and portfolios. The papers have more texture than the Epson UltraSmooth Fine Art and are very similar to Hahnemühle’s Photo Rag. The Rag paper lent itself well to all three prints used for these tests.

Finally, I tested their fiber paper, Fiber Gloss. At 250gsm, it’s a little thinner than some of the other fiber-based papers, which helps with feeding through the printer. What makes the Fiber Gloss unique among the fiber papers I looked at is the finish of the paper. It more closely resembles a traditional gloss paper than other fiber-based papers, with a very smooth surface. D-max is good at 1.96, and the paper works very well for black and white prints.

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Inkpress Paper Reviews - What Proffesionals Say!

Inkpress Paper Reviews - What Proffesionals Say!

Jon Canfields Review on Inkpress Paper

Inkpress Paper has a complete line of photo papers for every printing need, including RC-type gloss and luster papers, fine art papers, and films. Inkpress has high-quality papers and manages to sell them for less than other name brands, making them a good choice for anyone on a budget or just interested in trying some new surfaces. I tested the Luster paper and found that it was very similar to the Epson Premium Luster in texture and weight. The Inkpress version is slightly whiter than the Epson paper and has a very impressive 2.16 D-max. This paper worked very well for both the portrait and color images, although I found a bit more bronzing on the black and white print than some of the other papers.

For a gloss paper, I printed to the White Gloss Film. This paper has a very bright white surface, and as the name implies, is a very smooth surface. With a D-max of 2.15, the paper holds excellent shadow detail and very good saturation for color. It’s a nice paper for black and white printing as well as color.

Their Rag paper is available in two weights—200gsm and 300gsm, and in both warm and cool tones. The Warm Tone appears to be a standard rag with no optical brighteners, while the Cool Tone is a whiter finish. Both papers are dual-sided, making them a good choice for proofing, books, and portfolios. The papers have more texture than the Epson UltraSmooth Fine Art and are very similar to Hahnemühle’s Photo Rag. The Rag paper lent itself well to all three prints used for these tests.

Finally, I tested their fiber paper, Fiber Gloss. At 250gsm, it’s a little thinner than some of the other fiber-based papers, which helps with feeding through the printer. What makes the Fiber Gloss unique among the fiber papers I looked at is the finish of the paper. It more closely resembles a traditional gloss paper than other fiber-based papers, with a very smooth surface. D-max is good at 1.96, and the paper works very well for black and white prints.

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