Make your photo dollars go farther
If photography is your passion or your job you likely have a budget for gear and supplies. Make that money go farther in 2013 - Red River Paper inkjet papers save you as much as 40% over the big retail brands. But don't take our word for it, here are some examples:
Learn how to make better prints
Making a good inkjet print is not hard, but it does require knowing a little bit about your computer, photo software, and printer controls. Red River Paper has you covered with everything you need to make great prints without wasting time, paper or ink.
Visit the Red River Paper InfoCenter and get lots of tips and tricks. Check out these popular resources:
Share your photography, art, and design - Make note cards year round
Turning your creative work into a custom card is surprisingly easy. All you need is a desktop inkjet printer, a photo editing program like Photoshop or Lightroom, and Red River Paper brand note card stock. The awesome part is that cards cost you less than $1.00 each to print including paper, ink, and envelope! Even better, you only have to print one at a time - no need to order sets of 25 or more from a lab or local printer.
Enjoy your photography more
Display those photos! Keep your best images on rotation in the home or office and get some enjoyment from your hard work and creative efforts.
Be old fashioned and display them on the fridge. Get adventurous and pull together enough images to make a calendar. Go conventional and frame your best shots, or get wacky and try a magnetic photo rope!
Try something new - B&W printing or HDR images
If you primarily like color photography, try converting some of your images into black and white. It's fun to learn B&W conversion techniques and discover the best photo papers for your new black & white creations.
Not into black & white? Kick it up a notch with HDR. Red River Paper shows you some of the most popular software and techniques for High Dynamic Range processing. Then we show you papers to make those images come to life, plus the ultimate inkjet paper for HDR printing.
Want to learn more?
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