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# High Resolution Paper

Ron
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 06-08-2004
Is this suitable for printing photos for framing? If not, what's it used
for? TIA,

Ron

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Joseph Meehan
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 06-08-2004
Ron wrote:
> Is this suitable for printing photos for framing? If not, what's it
> used for? TIA,
>
> Ron

What is "high resolution paper?"

Assuming you want a good looking photograph to be framed and displayed
where there is normal or brighter room light and you are looking for it to
last longer than weeks, you should choose a combination of printer/ink/paper
that produces archival prints. A good result involves all three. Change
one and the results are not predictable.

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Mark B.
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 06-08-2004

"Ron" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Is this suitable for printing photos for framing? If not, what's it used
> for? TIA,
>
> Ron
>

Can you be more specific about the paper?

Ron
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 06-08-2004

"Joseph Meehan" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Ron wrote:
> > Is this suitable for printing photos for framing? If not, what's it
> > used for? TIA,
> >
> > Ron

>
> What is "high resolution paper?"
>
> Assuming you want a good looking photograph to be framed and displayed
> where there is normal or brighter room light and you are looking for it to
> last longer than weeks, you should choose a combination of

printer/ink/paper
> that produces archival prints. A good result involves all three. Change
> one and the results are not predictable.
>
> --
> Joseph E. Meehan
>
> 26 + 6 = 1 It's Irish Math
>
>
>

Some company called Canon, I believe, makes it. Canon HR-101. One side is an
ultra white coated surface. It's called High Resolution and believe it or
not, there's a high resolution paper setting on all of my printers,
including a HP 825C. So, I guess it's a common place paper. I just want to
know for what situations is it used for. Graphics? Or could it be used for
photos?

Ron

Bob Huckleby
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 06-09-2004
Ron wrote:

> Is this suitable for printing photos for framing? If not, what's it used
> for? TIA,
>
> Ron

This is what I found at Canon's online store.
__________________________________________________ _________________
High Resolution Paper - 13 X 19 - 20 sheets \$6.95
Premium Paper For Professional Results. Optimize output resolution to
create near-photographic images. This paper is great when you want high-
quality color output to produce winning reports and eye-catching graphics.
Use with genuine Canon Photo Inks for true photo-quality output.
__________________________________________________ _________________

Ron
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"Bob Huckleby" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Ron wrote:
>
> > Is this suitable for printing photos for framing? If not, what's it used
> > for? TIA,
> >
> > Ron

>
> This is what I found at Canon's online store.
> __________________________________________________ _________________
> High Resolution Paper - 13 X 19 - 20 sheets \$6.95
> Premium Paper For Professional Results. Optimize output resolution to
> create near-photographic images. This paper is great when you want high-
> quality color output to produce winning reports and eye-catching graphics.
> Use with genuine Canon Photo Inks for true photo-quality output.
> __________________________________________________ _________________
>
>

Thanks, I found that too. But I guess I was looking for anyone who had used
this for color photos and what the results were. It looks like its primary
purpose is for business graphics. It has a matte finish and the cost looks
good. I wondered if it could be used instead of the more expensive photo
matte paper. Thanks again,

Ron

leo
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 06-09-2004

"Ron" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> "Bob Huckleby" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:40c65ab7\$0\$27170\$(E-Mail Removed) m...
> > Ron wrote:
> >
> > > Is this suitable for printing photos for framing? If not, what's it

used
> > > for? TIA,
> > >
> > > Ron

> >
> > This is what I found at Canon's online store.
> > __________________________________________________ _________________
> > High Resolution Paper - 13 X 19 - 20 sheets \$6.95
> > Premium Paper For Professional Results. Optimize output resolution to
> > create near-photographic images. This paper is great when you want high-
> > quality color output to produce winning reports and eye-catching

graphics.
> > Use with genuine Canon Photo Inks for true photo-quality output.
> > __________________________________________________ _________________
> >
> >

>
> Thanks, I found that too. But I guess I was looking for anyone who had

used
> this for color photos and what the results were. It looks like its primary
> purpose is for business graphics. It has a matte finish and the cost looks
> good. I wondered if it could be used instead of the more expensive photo
> matte paper. Thanks again,
>
> Ron
>
>

Jan-Petter Midtgård
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 06-09-2004

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> "Bob Huckleby" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:40c65ab7\$0\$27170\$(E-Mail Removed) m...
> > Ron wrote:
> >
> > > Is this suitable for printing photos for framing? If not, what's it

used
> > > for? TIA,
> > >
> > > Ron

> >
> > This is what I found at Canon's online store.
> > __________________________________________________ _________________
> > High Resolution Paper - 13 X 19 - 20 sheets \$6.95
> > Premium Paper For Professional Results. Optimize output resolution to
> > create near-photographic images. This paper is great when you want high-
> > quality color output to produce winning reports and eye-catching

graphics.
> > Use with genuine Canon Photo Inks for true photo-quality output.
> > __________________________________________________ _________________
> >
> >

>
> Thanks, I found that too. But I guess I was looking for anyone who had

used
> this for color photos and what the results were. It looks like its primary
> purpose is for business graphics. It has a matte finish and the cost looks
> good. I wondered if it could be used instead of the more expensive photo
> matte paper. Thanks again,
>
> Ron
>

I use it for printing matte photos on my S9000. Framed pictures still looks
like new after hanging on my wall for more than a year. Try it if you don't
need/want the shiny surface of the Canon Pro Paper.

JPM