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Reviewed by: DG on 2015-07-25 14:57:14. Rating:
Received 4 25 packs of photo paper in a bubble envelope!! I was shocked to see how they shipped it and was I pretty apprehensive about the shape it was in and rightfully so, 1 pack had all the corners on one end bent down leaving a visible crack in the paper!!
This was only the outside pack, others were not damaged.
That's the bad news, now the good news is it's a great photo quality paper. I do not have a problem with my printer feeding this paper (Epson Stylus Photo R320) but i do with the lighter papers. Great pictures printed out and you can't tell them from store bought quality. Now the bottom line, do i order this paper again and take a chance of 1/4 being damaged or more. Hope you people at "SHOPTECH read this and come up with a better shipping solution.
Reviewed by: Linda on 2007-11-17 15:58:16. Rating:
Hey I wrote a review about this in 2006, I have since changed my Printer to a Lexmark, and the Paper works acceptional, I came back to buy some more.
Reviewed by: David P on 2006-06-15 08:30:19. Rating:
Reviewed by: diego on 2006-04-19 12:51:22. Rating:
this is exelent glossy papper it is almost as thick as kodak and prints exelent photos great saturation after retouching with pro photo editor colors are sharp and crisp I am useing epson CX3200 I reload my own cartridges and use oem epson cartridge with bulk lexmark ink I have used many diferent inks in the last 5 years and found lexmark type gives me the colors I want and dose not clog the epsons fussy print heads as much as other inks I have had verry good luck with this papper make order with confidense also have read others have had thickness jaming problems aperently they havent reset there printers for thicker papper whitch is verry important or printer will jam
Reviewed by: Linda on 2006-01-13 00:09:51. Rating:
Beautiful Color, Absolutely Beautiful Color, and I too was turned on by the Price, but Noticed, that I have to Print it in a much Slower Mode or it will Jam in my Printer..(HP 5500 Series) which means I will pay more for Ink Cartriges, and they arent cheap..the Paper will not go through in Normal Print mode,..and comparing it with the Kodak Paper I didn't have that problem, and I had no Paper Jam Problems..and the color was acceptional, so My dilema is Pay more Money for the Ink Cartriges or the Paper..I will have to revert back to the Kodak Paper.. The Shop 4 Tech Brand is a little to thick 4 My Printer...
Reviewed by: Mark on 2005-12-18 11:30:16. Rating:
Incredible price for some of the highest quality photo paper I've found. Nothing else comes close for the price!
Reviewed by: Impressed on 2005-05-24 06:48:49. Rating:
I've been extremely impressed with this paper so far. I'm using a Canon i560s printer. I have only used hp paper and "Staples" paper--this paper far exceeded my expectations! I plan on trying different paper from this same company! Thanks for the great price and free shipping!!!
Reviewed by: euromaninla on 2005-02-02 23:38:06. Rating:
Paper produces very crisp, high contrast, and well saturated prints. However, the color balance leans very heavily toward green compare to Epson Photo paper which produces a lot warmer images with a better color balance. I am using a Canon i9900 printer by the way.
Reviewed by: SegWayne on 2004-08-28 11:34:07. Rating:
Just got my first batch of 100 sheets, having only used Kodak Glossy Inkjet paper before. I use a Canon i860 inkjet, and I simply have to say that I am impressed....
I've put about 10 full page pictures through using it, and I seriously can't tell any difference in picture quality with a 300 dpi piece of art between the Shop4tech paper and the name-brand Kodak paper.
I have two concerns, and hopefully someone here can shed some light on them;
1) The canon user guide states that you're not supposed to use paper heavier than 28# or it "may cause jamming or other damage to the printer". All photo paper I've ever seen, including a few pages of the Canon photo stock are heavier than 28# stock, so what gives?
2) This might have absolutely nothing to do with anything but the weight of the paper, but after printing several "near edge-to-edge" shots, meaning SOME whitespace was on each side, I noticed that it started getting ink smears in the margins. The image itself was fine, but I'm concerned that I may be damaging the printer. Is this a valid concern?
Reviewed by: jhsmd666 on 2004-07-21 01:27:43. Rating:
This is absolutely great photo paper for the price. I've noted no difference in print quality between this paper and the Canon Photo Paper Glossy Plus and my Canon multifunction photo printer.