Choosing the Right Paper

When it comes to inkjet printing, paper is critical. Regular typing paperthe stuff you'd feed through a laser printer or copiermay be cheap, but it's too thin and absorbent to handle the amount of ink being sprayed when you print a full-color digital photo. If you try to print large photos on plain paper, then you'll end up with flat colors, slightly fuzzy images, and paper that's rippled and buckling from all the ink. For really good prints, you need paper designed expressly for inkjets. Also, if you buy paper precut to common photo sizes like 4 x 6, you have to take your digital photo's dimensions into account as well.

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