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Epson Ultra Premium Luster, 10 mil Resin Coated Photo Inkjet Paper, 13x19", 50 Sheets

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About Epson Ultra Premium Luster

Wedding, portrait and school photographers have traditionally used luster paper for their photos. Now Epson offers this popular surface paper, Premium Luster Photo Paper, to digital printmakers. This instant drying paper produces vivid, lifelike images that rival those of traditional silver halide prints. Premium Luster Photo Paper delivers highly saturated prints by offering maximum ink coverage and a high D-Max for true photographic reproductions. Its 10-mil RC base gives prints a photographic feel, and keeps the paper cockle-free. Ideal for use with all Epson Inks.

Like all of Epson's innovative media, this paper is engineered to give you the highest resolution and color saturation possible. As always, EPSON supplies guarantees EPSON quality.

The Epson Ultra Premium Luster is commonly used for Black & white photos, Color photos, Portraits and more.The Epson Ultra Premium Luster is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Enthusiast, Semi professional among others.The Epson Ultra Premium Luster is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Epson Ultra Premium Luster: Durable, Professional finish/quality, Sharp tones & colors and Vivid images

Epson Ultra Premium Luster Features

  • Highest color gamut available for vivid color reproduction
  • RC paper base for actual photo prints
  • Luster E surface finish
  • Enhanced 2880 dpi printing for the highest quality output
  • Dries instantly for easy handling with Epson inks
  • Compatible with Dye, EPSON Archival and UltraChrome ink
  • 10 mil thickness for a durable photographic feel

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4.6

(based on 16 reviews)

75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Excelent Paper...!!!

It met my expectations.

Reviewed by 16 customers

 
5.0

Makes all colors vibrant

By

The only paper I use

 
4.0

Excellent Photopaper

By

This paper provides a beautiful transition in colors between the monitor and the printer. Produces beautiful large size prints for the family.

 
4.0

Great paper

By

I am an enthusiast level photographer, using an Epson Artisan 1430 (dye ink) 13 inch printer. This paper is so good that I no longer mind that it is the only paper available in this size that will yeald truly outstanding prints with my printer.

 
4.0

Consistent Product

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Batch to batch, this paper gives consistent results. The surface provides quick drying, excellent color, and predictable gloss. It is versatile and sutable for all subject matter.

 
5.0

Epsom Luster Inkjet Photo Paper

By

Crisp, bright prints

 
5.0

accurate

By

Very good finish. Works very well with Epsom 2200.

 
4.0

great paper

By

printing landscapes

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

epson premium luster paper

By

Nice pearl finish - Hi quality results

 
4.0

Love It!

By

Student photographer and I love this paper. I use it on a epson 1800 and 2400 and its very nice. Most of my classmates use this as well for our final project prints.

 
4.0

Nice Paper

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I've been using Epson papers for my R2880, and found this to be a nice "in-between" paper rather than matte or glossy. It has a nice, thick feel and from what I've seen the colors hold up well. It also is good for test prints before printing on the more expensive Exhibition Fiber. There is not a huge difference between the Luster and EF.

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Maurice M. A  How much difference between Luster and Ultra premium Glossy on #5 13X19 nature shots,,,which one is more recommended ?? ..have been using #4 Glossy for some time on my Stylus 1400 printer.
RICHARD J  I use Ultra Premium Luster as my only paper. It yields deep, rich color but it is not glossy. Semi-glossy would be much more accurate. I feel my prints with Ultra Luster look very rich, but they are not the glossy that man in our photo club use for competition. Hope this helps.
Maurice M. A  Thank you Richard..of all the responses yours is the closest to my thinking. Back in college moat of all my photos were printed in Agfa luster quality...ps. are they still alive? Thanks much for your input. Maurice
Maurice M. A  How much difference between Luster and Ultra premium Glossy on #5 13X19 nature shots,,,which one is more recommended ?? ..have been using #4 Glossy for some time on my Stylus 1400 printer.
RICHARD J  I use Ultra Premium Luster as my only paper. It yields deep, rich color but it is not glossy. Semi-glossy would be much more accurate. I feel my prints with Ultra Luster look very rich, but they are not the glossy that man in our photo club use for competition. Hope this helps.
Maurice M. A  Thank you Richard..of all the responses yours is the closest to my thinking. Back in college moat of all my photos were printed in Agfa luster quality...ps. are they still alive? Thanks much for your input. Maurice
Maurice M. A  How much difference between Luster and Ultra premium Glossy on #5 13X19 nature shots,,,which one is more recommended ?? ..have been using #4 Glossy for some time on my Stylus 1400 printer.
RICHARD J  I use Ultra Premium Luster as my only paper. It yields deep, rich color but it is not glossy. Semi-glossy would be much more accurate. I feel my prints with Ultra Luster look very rich, but they are not the glossy that man in our photo club use for competition. Hope this helps.
Maurice M. A  Thank you Richard..of all the responses yours is the closest to my thinking. Back in college moat of all my photos were printed in Agfa luster quality...ps. are they still alive? Thanks much for your input. Maurice
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