Selecting Inkjet Paper Tutorial

Selecting Inkjet Paper Tutorial

Following a few recent requests via email and on the blog, I have published a new article on my Lenscraft website. This provides advice about selecting inkjet paper for photo printing. I had intended for this to be a short article but it ran to 2,500 words in the end. I hope it helps those [...]

What Paper’s That

What Paper’s That

Recently I have been doing a few presentations at Camera Clubs and Photographic Societies. When I’m doing presentations I always like to take along some printed work. Members can then look at my prints when we break, as well as ask me questions. One question that has been asked without fail is “what paper’s that?” [...]

Paper Bargain


Today I took delivery of some new inkjet paper that I wanted to try out. It’s a traditional Baryta paper from First Call Photographic and I have to tell you that it’s excellent. And not only is it excellent, its exceptional value as well. In terms of papers you might know, it’s quite similar to [...]

Printing Revelation


It’s funny how we become locked into a way of thinking and acting as the result of conditions that no longer apply. Unless we are prepared to constantly experiment and challenge ourselves we don’t even recognise this is happening. Here’s one example from my very recent past. After I blogged the Friday Image last week [...]

Printer Paper Choice


If I go back about 10-15 years, photographers regularly had prints made and shared these with other photographers so that work could be discussed. The film you shot would also determine how you shared your work. If you shot B&W or Colour print film you might have small 7x5 prints made when your films were [...]