Double sided matte photo paper A4 and A3

Double sided matte photo paper A4 and A3

Double-sided flat matte finish for detailed graphics and sharp text

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double sided matte Photo Paper.pdf

Specifications

 
double sided matte Photo Paper Technical Data 
Gram weight (gsm) 120gsm 140gsm 180gsm 220gsm 250gsm 300gsm
Base paper weight(gsm) 100±3.5 120±4.2 165±5.8 185±6.5 230±8 270±9.5
Coating weight (gsm) 18-20 18-20 20-25 20-25 20-25 20-25
relative error for garms 4-5 4-5 6-7 7-8 8-9 10-11
relative error for size(mm) ±0.8mm
 Whiteness 100.5
 Crimp Ratio ≤5mm
Size(sheet) A3 A4
Size( Roll) 12" 17" 24" 36" 42" 50" ×30m/50m
Printer All inkjet printer such as Epson/Canon/HP/Kodat/Lexmark etc.
Ink Dye ink and Pigment ink
Lamination Laminating film or Cold laminating film
Application Covers and illustrations for printing books,color picture card, a variety of fine goods advertising,
samples, merchandise packaging, trademarks,ect..
Waterproof Yes (a few drops of water on the paper and wipe them ,it won't affect the picture)
Feature 1.Matt Coated Inkjet Papers are high quality, coated matt papers with a high white homogeneous surface.
2.They provide an economical choice for printing photographic images for shortterm indoor displays as well as architectural or CAD graphics.
3.The heavier weight 180gsm product benefits from the extra thickness as it minimises show-through and allows for high ink.

Which photo paper is better? Glossy or matte?

It really depends on the photos. I would prefer glossy photos for normal shots. Like the wedding group photos shots. But if its candid, then matte is the way to go. All the post processing and the quality of the photos taken using a DSLR are more prominent in matte prints.

Another thing about glossy is , it does not offer a very pleasing view of the photos. Sometime or the other, light is reflected off the photo making it not viewable to the fullest, whereas matte prints will look more of like a magazine and is very interesting to view.

Also large size photos look great in matte prints. Glossy is best suited for 6 x 4 prints.

So it really depends on what you prefer, over criteria such as cost, clarity and photo type and size.

For me, I would prefer matte anytime except for small photos where glossy is good.


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