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Paper Recommendations

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

  1. Richard Carford

    Richard Carford Old Hand

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    Hi All

    I have just bought a Canon Pro 10s and I am wondering what you would recommend paper wise, I will be printing colour as well as black and white in A3 and A4

    Thanks
    Rich
     
  2. russellsnr

    russellsnr Here a lot

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  3. Agiledogs

    Agiledogs Always on

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    I think much will depend on what look actually appeals to you. Many paper companies have sample packs that you can run test images on to see how they look. I would suggest getting one that has papers that interest you. If you have a calibration kit you can even make your own profiles. Most papers do have profiles available and I would suggest downloading them for softproofing.
     

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