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Find the Perfect Media for Your Perfect Prints

Whether you’re chasing the perfect print on fine art paper, luster photo paper, or textured canvas, we’ve got the insights and the Epson SureColor P9570 to bring your artwork to life. Today’s spotlight is on Media Types and Settings as we take the Epson SureColor P9570 for a spin. From media type selection (like the vibrant Hot Press Bright for true high-quality fine art prints) to print quality adjustments and borderless printing for edge-to-edge perfection, we invite you to check out the video for yourself. Whether you’re an Adobe aficionado or exploring other design programs, we have something for you. From within Photoshop, we will walk you through the print menu, printer selection, and advanced print settings, ensuring you get the best color for your artwork.

The Epson SureColor P9570 begins each print with LED lights fixated inside the carriage assembly, offering a mesmerizing view of the printhead in action. Our Epson Hot Press Bright media is the weapon of choice for this demonstration. This is an acid-free, 100% cotton rag paper that brings out rich black tones and vibrant colors, making it a top pick for fine art photography, digital art, and gallery prints. But wait, there’s more! We switch gears, swapping profiles to Premium Luster Photo Paper, unleashing a traditional “E-surface” with an incredible D-Max range. Perfect for weddings, portraits, and school photography, it’s the go-to for many photographers.

And for our canvas enthusiasts, we take a glimpse into the world of Exhibition Canvas Satin. Tested to perfection with Epson’s leading professional printers, this canvas is the epitome of elegance, boasting a semi-gloss satin finish and the ability to absorb ink, popping out colors with extreme vibrancy.

Happy printing, and may your colors be ever vibrant!

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Matt’s knack for the use of inkjet applications including proofing, promotional goods and signage came from the advertising world, where he managed the print and broadcast accounts for several key corporate accounts. Over 20 years at Imaging Spectrum, his experience has broadened in the print industry and now heads up the inkjet team in providing thorough solutions for printing opportunities across several platforms.


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