Beautiful sepia prints


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StreetShooter

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If you like sepia prints, you may want to consider using your Canon inkjet printer together with Kodak's "Photo glossy paper for inkjet prints - 2880 dpi". Print as B&W, and in a couple of days they will turn into a very nice sepia colour. Really. What a nice surprise (and I'm not being sarcastic - I really like it).

Cheap, too. $9.50 buys you 30 4R sheets.
 

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Remember, it's not a bug, it's a feature. :what:
 

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Which Canon printer did u use to make the prints? I think I've still got a pack of that Kodak paper lying around somewhere...
 

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