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Comparing Epson Luster Premium vs 68 lb Ultra Pro Satin
Epson Premium Luster paper vs. 68 lb Ultra Pro Satin
I will choose 68 lb Ultra Pro Satin ALL THE WAY
Let me explain:
I have been using Epson Premium Luster for about a year now and I have to say, the print is great. The semigloss allows it to lay out the colors perfectly, no smudging and fast dry. I use an Epson 3880 and I believed that only Epson paper can produce the maximum potential of the printer/ink. BUT I WAS WRONG.
Living in New York, I get a chance to go to many art/photography conventions and by chance I saw this gorgeous picture for show. The highlight of the picture was the vibrancy of the color which expresses uplifting emotions. It was pixel perfect semigloss paper so I immediately assumed it was Epson's Premium Luster but then the photographer came up to me to ask for my opinion! After a few chit chats I couldn't help but tell him "Good choice with the Premium Luster!"
Then he broke the news. He told me it was 68 lb Satin from Red River Papers. I had no idea what it was but I pretended to know since I didn't want to seem like an amateur :P
After that I went home, found the site, and purchased it.
Well that's the story of how I got into it, but let me explain why I find 68 lb Ultra Pro Satin to be a better choice OTHER THAN THE MONEY. In terms of quality print and view-able angles, I found NO difference comparing the two (although Satin may appear not as bright, after print comparison, no difference noticeable). The plus side to the 68 lb Ultra Pro Satin is the weight of the paper compare to Epson's Luster paper. It's just so much more heavier and feels so much more professional and sturdier compared to the flimsy Epson Luster!
Okay, here I will say the price is a bonus too!
Love it, great work Red River Paper. Keep up the good work and hope everyone else enjoys your papers.