First here is a scrapbook page using photos that I printed on the printer. I printed out one 4×6 photo and four wallet photos using the on Epson Premium Photo Paper. To print the wallets I used the Windows Print wizard and a sheet of letter sized photo paper.
Next I tried printing out a photo onto a letter sized sheet of Epson premium photo paper. I wasn’t disappointed, in fact my response to seeing it was “Wow!”
Finally I printed out two digital scrapbooking pages on the Epson PremierArt Scrapbook Photo Paper Matte. This is the only point that I ran into a snag, as in the dropdown menu for paper type, this kind of paper didn’t show up. Instead I used the UltraPremium Presentation Matte Paper setting. It seemed to work, I am quite happy with the prints. The 12×12 paper has a smooth side and a textured side. I used the textured side for this layout:
And the smooth side for this one:
Both produced lovely prints. Yet another way to add some art to my walls, not to mention a nice gift for family.
To date I am still very happy with this printer, it’s definitely the best one I have ever owned. In the next post I’ll look at all the other types of projects you can use it for. If you have any questions you’d like me to address just let me know in the comments!