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1. Choose paper that's made for photos
One of the biggest myths about digital prints is that they don't last as long as traditional prints. It's simply not true-so long as you use the right paper. Plain copier paper might be readily available, but it doesn't work well for photographs because it results in prints that look fuzzy or faded.

HP photo paper is specifically designed to produce high-quality, true-to-life color images that are hard to distinguish from traditional lab-developed photographs.

2. Choose photo paper to suit your needs
You're ready to get your hands on some photo paper. But which photo paper? HP offers a wide variety, ranging in thickness and finish. There's something for every type of print or project.

3. Choose the right paper size
Most of HP's photo papers come in a variety of sizes. To achieve photo-lab quality, choose from convenient 4" x 6" paper, with or without borders-this size print fits perfectly into most photo albums.

Print spectacular panoramic photos, such as a tropical sunset, using 4" x 12" paper. When you're making studio-quality enlargements of family or pets, 13" x 19" is ideal. And try 11" x 17" paper for calendars and posters.


4. Choose the right finish
There's a variety of photo paper finishes available, ranging from extremely glossy to matte. Glossy produces deep, vibrant colors while matte offers rich textures and resists fingerprints. Each finish has its recommended uses.

5. Choose photo paper that's made for your printer-and your ink
Paper designed specifically for your printer looks better every time. There's a good reason for this: HP creates and tests its inks and papers to ensure that they work together. All our inks are designed for the absorption properties of HP photo paper. Third-party inks (including refills) can flow too fast or slow, causing ink puddles, fuzzy images, and other flaws.

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