Featuring a true photographic resin coated base paper with "pulp of unsurpassed quality". With KODAK PROFESSIONAL Inkjet Photo Paper, you have the freedom to print in your studio, and the quality to back it up. KODAK PROFESSIONAL Inkjet Photo Paper is universally compatible and will work with both pigmented and dye based inkjet printers.
KODAK PROFESSIONAL Inkjet Photo Paper dries instantly and is available in two finish types - lustre and gloss.
Paper weight is the general thickness of a paper. The greater the paper weight, the heavier, thicker, and sturdier the paper is. Papers with more bulk hold up well when there is heavy ink coverage. For full color photos from your desktop, thicker inkjet photo papers are best. However, some desktop printers may not handle thicker papers well, especially if the printer doesn't have a straight paper path.
Paper brightness affects the images printed on the paper, especially the vibrancy of the colors. The brightness of a piece of paper is typically expressed on a scale of 1 to 100 with 100 being the brightest. The multipurpose bond paper used in copy machines and desktop printers generally has a paper brightness in the 80s. Photo papers are normally in the mid to high 90s.