|Item Weight||5.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.5 x 13.4 x 1.1 inches|
|Item model number||LU-101 13X19(50)|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||13 x 19|
|Sheet Size||13 x 19|
|Manufacturer Part Number||LU-101 13X19(50)|
Canon Luster Photo Paper, 13" x 19" (50 Sheets) (LU-101 13X1950)
|Price:||$31.40 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Luster finish provides an elegant surface that resists fingerprints and virtually eliminates glare
- Great for portrait and wedding and fine art photography prints
- Paper weight of 69lbs
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I have attached an image to this review. (Reducing its resolution and making it a jpg makes it a little sucky but that's life on Amazon.) The image has a good range of colors and deep blacks with some details that are just visible. I used a handheld magnifier and one of those large desk-mounted magnifiers with built-in light ring to examine the two prints: one on Semi Gloss and the other on Luster, both 13x19 and made on my Pro9500 Mark II.
My conclusions after examination are 1) whiteness, texture, and sheen of the two papers are virtually the same but see below, 2) colors are virtually the same, 3) details in highlights are virtually the same, 4) depth of black areas are virtually the same, and 5) discernible details in black areas are virtually the same. When I say "virtually the same" I mean identical to me but I admit that there may be some differences that have escaped me or might be more visible using a different printer. [By the way, the word "Canon" is printed on the back of Semi Gloss but not on Luster. This is fortunate since otherwise I would believe I had made the two prints on the same paper.]
I'm not likely to buy much of this paper unless the price falls to match or better the Semi Gloss. Since I can't see any difference, I'll buy the less expensive.Read more ›
The texture of the Luster paper is slightly more pronounced than the texture of the Semi-Gloss. Emphasis on "slightly." Examining one of each blank sheet closely side-by-side is more revealing of any differences than after they have been printed on. The whiteness and tone of the papers look the same to me. Neither is warmer or cooler than the other.
I've uploaded some pics of the papers to compare. The first two pictures, each showing only one type of paper close up, have been adjusted in Photoshop so that the highlights are boosted 33% to better show off the surface texture. The rest of the pics have not had any adjustments made to them.
Pros: The quality of this product is every bit as good as Canon Semi-Gloss. I like the fact that the Luster doesn't have Canon's logo all over the back like other Canon papers. This is more in line with higher-end brand papers made for professional artwork, e.g., Hahnemuehle, Ilford, Red River, Moab, Inkpress, Innova, etc. In fact, this Canon Luster is actually manufactured by Hahnemuehle.
Cons: It isn't different enough from the Semi-Gloss to be worth it, to me. Also, the Luster paper lacks the sturdy and convenient flip-up container that comes with other Canon stock. This is a very minor complaint and further illustrates how little difference I can find between the two.
decided to try luster. I was amazed at the quality of the prints and the way the colors pop out. If you
want your pictures to look better than the lab ones give this paper a try, especially if you have a Canon
Pro series printer. I have a Canon Pro 9000 Mark II and the prints are amazing. I don't think I would go
back to glossy unless I do landscapes so I can have slight whiter whites like on the Pro Platinum.
If you are considering this paper you might also want to consider Red River Paper.
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I have been using Canon photo printers since the Canon rep talked me into the BJC8200? about 15 years ago. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Kevins Small Engine
Love this paper! It is the only photo paper I will use. Thank you canon for a great product!Published 1 month ago by Alex
Luster is a great alternate for the "not too glossy look", but yet not matte.Published 1 month ago by bishopk