One of our most popular papers, UltraPro Gloss 2.0 looks and feels like traditional glossy photo lab paper. UltraPro is a resin coated, photobase inkjet paper with a brilliant white finish. Print bright colors and ultra sharp details on virtually any inkjet printer, including ones that use pigment inks and Epson's UltraChrome printers. Glossy photo paper is a top choice when you are printing high contrast images or photos that demand the ultimate color density. Gloss paper reflects the most amount of light, hence your eyes will see the most color saturation, density, and brightness.
UltraPro Gloss 2.0 is a top quality photo glossy inkjet paper made by one of the top names in the paper photo paper industry for Red River Paper. When you compare quality and price, UltraPro Gloss 2.0 is a clear winner. It will work great in your printer and we even offer ICC Color Profiles for a wide variety of printers.
Paper: Photobase base stock
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Uses for Glossy Photo Inkjet Paper
UltraPro Gloss 2.0 is a resin coated or RC or photobase inkjet paper. That means it looks and feels like modern photo lab paper. This also means you cannot print on the back of this paper. Ink will simply rub off or smudge.Some suggested uses for Red River UltraPro Gloss 2.0 Premium Photo Inkjet Paper:
High quality photo prints
For your best images, consider glossy photo paper if your content has a high level of contrast or is highly saturated. The highly reflective surface yields brilliant color saturation and deep black density.
For every day photo printing, look to glossy photo paper. Photo labs traditionally use gloss printing paper to make sure many different images look great. UltraPro Gloss 2.0 comes in 4x6 and 5x7 sheets for your snapshot printing.
Photo books have become very popular. Gloss paper is a good choice for single side page photo books. Photobase inkjet paper like UltraPro Gloss 2.0 withstands handling well and will work well for photo book projects of all sizes.
If you're portfolio contains high contrast black & white, deeply saturated commercial images, or work from a recent photo adventure, consider high gloss paper for your printing needs. Again, its ability to withstand handling makes UltraPro Gloss 2.0 a great candidate for the project.
The best way to familiarize yourself with various glossy paper is to try them by purchasing a small quantity. A good idea is to print something from each genre of your photo library to see how the media represents your work.