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100 in 100: Offbeat inkjet surfaces

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100 in 100: Offbeat inkjet surfaces

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By Fred Singer

April 30, 2008

Day 53: Most photographic-quality prints to come out of an inkjet printer are on glossy, fairly thick paper that mimics the look and feel of prints that come from a pro lab. You also have the option of printing on luster (also known as Velour) paper, which is not quite as reflective as glossy paper, and matte paper, which doesn’t reflect at all and is therefore more easily viewable, but it absorbs more ink. But these three common paper types barely scratch the surface (pun intended)...

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