Anyone with a 17x22 gloss paper connection?

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by RicSeyler, Nov 8, 2005.

  1. RicSeyler

    RicSeyler Guest

    Epson Stylus Color 3000.
    My go to place for Valentine 17x22 Glossy Photo Paper says that Valentine
    stopped making it.... The Epson Photo Glossy 17x22 is too thin for my liking
    and is actually a different weight than the 8.5x11 PG that sells in
    Office stores.

    I go through a decent amount of it and was looking for a good price and
    of 17x22 Glossy cut sheets.

    The Valentine Paper I liked was:
    Val Hues 170gsm Hi Rez Instant Drying
    1440dpi Photo Glossy Paper.

    I've tried Kodak Photo Glossy but the Epson Inks takes days to dry on it
    and has a tendency to float the black ink on top of the paper.

    Anyone here with a good paper connection?
    RicSeyler, Nov 8, 2005
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    KatWoman Guest

    I use an Epson printer
    I like the Ilford premium glossy
    used Ilford papers in the old darkroom days too decided to try it instead of
    the Epson. it's cheaper and similar in quality
    KatWoman, Nov 8, 2005
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    Clyde Guest

    I buy most of my paper from InkJetArt:

    They gear themselves to the professional. They certainly lean toward
    Epson. However, they carry a ton of quality papers, many of which come
    in 17x22" size.

    I also find their Web site instructional and useful. That goes for their
    people too. The service is tops.

    Their prices are good to OK. Some things, like my Epson ink cartridges,
    are very competitively priced. Other things are good enough. I'll pay a
    bit for this kind of service.

    Spend some time looking through their Web site, you should find a lot of
    what you need. Highly recommended.

    Clyde, Nov 9, 2005
  4. RicSeyler

    RicSeyler Guest

    Thanks so much Kat & Clyde, looking up both!!

    RicSeyler, Nov 9, 2005
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