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Epson Ultra Premium Presentation Paper MATTE (8.5x11 Inches, 50 Sheets) (S041341)
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- Epson ultra Premium presentation paper matte, 50 count (S041341)
- Ultra-premium white presentation paper with a matte finish
- Manufactured in Japan
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|Item Dimensions||9 x 1 x 11.5 in||11.45 x 9 x 0.45 in||8.6 x 11.1 x 1 in||10.5 x 8.5 x 1 in||0.56 x 9.02 x 11.38 in||8.8 x 11.5 x 3.1 in|
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Epson Ultra premium presentation paper matte, 50 count (S041341). ultra-premium white presentation paper with a matte finish. This product is manufactured in Japan.
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Epson Archival Matte Paper is a high-quality, heavyweight printing paper that produces highly saturated images with excellent highlights and shadow details. This matte paper dries instantly to prevent smudging and has a high color gamut resulting in remarkable color reproduction. For use with Epson's Stylus Photo 2000 printer.
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Warning: THERE IS ONLY ONE SIDE YOU SHOULD PRINT ON, which is the brightest white side. If you print on the other side, you'll get a muddy look to it, it's not pretty.
I have bought this type and size paper from Amazon many. many times since 2011. I buy a new package about every six months. An excellent value and consistent quality product at a good price. Very pleased!
At home I'm using an Epson R3000 (which uses the same UltraChrome K3 inks as the 3880s at school) with the Ultra Premium Gloss, Luster, and recently the Matte, and when I compare the same photo printed on both Ultra Premium Gloss and Ultra Premium Matte it's very difficult to tell the difference in color saturation and black density. Really I see no difference in very saturated colors, and the darkest black parts of the image are only very slightly lighter on the matte paper. (My guess is that most people wouldn't notice, but I'm a photography student and so I'm used to looking at minor details.) The only color difference I really notice, at least with this photograph, is that in the dark areas (shade) under some trees where there are some very very dark green colors the gloss shows more color differentiation (and thus more detail) than the matte. This would appear to be an example of the expected difference in color gamut between glossy and matte paper in general, and again you'd probably have to be a color zealot like me to really notice in this photo.
Also, not everyone realizes this so I figure I'll mention it: When printing photos on ink jet printers, papers are not just completely interchangeable the way most laser printer papers or papers for B&W ink jet printing are. "Office" papers may be mostly the same, but with photo papers your printer/driver/software need to "know" how to print on them properly. Otherwise you may end up with a mess, figuratively or even literally. At best the colors will look wrong, and at worst the printer will lay down so much ink that it'll smear all over and never dry properly. So unless you're somewhat of an expert with ink jet printing, you should use the paper supplied by your printer's manufacturer. Some papers will never work on some printers, regardless of configuration expertise, simply due to ink type.
So, in short, this paper is good stuff. While it is possible to get third-party papers that are better than this, or as good but less expensive, the Epson Ultra Premium papers are very good quality and guaranteed to work properly on compatible Epson printers with no hassle. (If you buy 3rd party papers then you're going to need to mess with ICC profiles and possibly paper thickness or ink density adjustments.)
So when you want very high quality paper that works properly on Epson printers with no tinkering around or color profiling needed, the Epson Ultra Premium papers are the ones to use. The Ultra Premium Matte is just as high quality the Ultra Premium glossy and luster.
This is excellent paper for matte paper. It is not easy to find matte paper that is sharp and reproduces the colors accurately with pop.
Frankly, I was disappointed with my first couple of prints.
I was using the printer profile for the Ultra Premium Presentation Matte that came with my printer driver, the Epson R 2000.
Then I decided to make my own profile for the paper and the printer. I bought a simple to use profiling program called Profile Prism, and WOW, I can't believe how terrific the prints are on this paper.
So good that I ordered another box of paper in A3 size.
In a larger print, the prints will blow you away for sure!!
Great paper and at a good price.