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Print high-quality photos for glass frames and photo albums. Bright white resin coated paper. Quick-dry surface for smudge- and water-resistance.
This bright-white heavyweight paper is an excellent choice for your favorite framed photos. Recommended for pictures that will be displayed under glass, properly treated Epson premium glossy photo paper offers up to 10 years of fade resistance, along with an unusually high degree of water fastness.
Compatible with Epson's archival-quality Durabright inks, the sheets produce optimal results when used with one of Epson's stylus photo printers. This paper's extraordinary thickness is designed to provide the feel of a traditionally printed photo while maintaining the ultimate in color-saturated richness. Contrast, brightness, and finely detailed resolution are all outstanding. The high gloss surface is quick-drying and resistant to smudges.
Each package contains 20 8.5-by-11-inch sheets, which should be protected from light and air upon opening.
It would be nice to know how many sheets are in a pack. It appears this is an old style of paper.Published on July 1, 2007 by Ralph Butler
I use this paper with an Epson Photo 960 using the "Premium glossy Photo Paper" option. It prints photos as nice as any Ive seen printed. Read morePublished on March 8, 2004 by Jamey Key
I have a Canon S820 photo printer (2400X1200 dpi) and a Canon Powershot A40 2mp digital camera (1600 X 1200 max resolution). Read morePublished on July 18, 2003
If it had a faint logo on the back like real photo paper no one would know the difference! This paper and the Epson Stylus Photo 960 are an excellent combination.Published on May 25, 2003
Outstanding results. It is now the only photo paper I will use.Published on March 1, 2003 by Stephen Hardy, D.M.D.
I?ve had a digital camera for a while know and have used store kiosks to do any printing.
I recently bought an EPSON 825. I also bought all kinds of different papers. Read more
I have been taking digital pictures for several years now and have tried dozens of kinds of paper and NONE do the job like the Epson Premium Glossy Paper. Read morePublished on December 10, 2002 by Diane Johnson
When recently reproducing all my wedding photos, I tested numerous photo papers, from all different manufacturers. Read morePublished on September 16, 2001 by Roseanne M.