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Boniface Photography

Discussion in 'Forum Printing Service & Questions Forum' started by theduck, May 18, 2017.

  1. theduck

    theduck Member

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    Hi everyone,

    A friend of mine is thinking about using Boniface Photography in Southampton UK for his daughter's wedding, he's asked me to ask if anyone has any experience of this company, good or bad.

    many thanks.
     
  2. MikeB

    MikeB Always on Premium Member

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    There are so many paper types to choose from because each adds a different character to the image. So it becomes up to you what paper to get. If you're just looking at standard paper then look at Canon's glossy Pro Platinum (PT-101), it has a nice weight to it and ISO Brightness so it handles well and images look crisp. An advantage to using Canon's papers is that the Canon printers already has the proper ICC profile and the papers are made specifically for the inks and dyes that Canon uses. Other papers may also work great but you need to make sure that the correct ICC profile is loaded.
     

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