RedRiver Papers’ Palo Duro Etching Inkjet Printing Paper – I really like it.

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Gear used for the review:
Panasonic GH5: https://bhpho.to/2wi2J0Q http://geni.us/OCcig
Sigma 30mm f/1.4: https://bhpho.to/2whK3hR http://geni.us/cSxX
Sony UWP D-11 Wireless Bodypack Lav: https://bhpho.to/2ydln7e
Aputure Lightstorm C120t: https://bhpho.to/2whKubZ
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Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Wireless Professional Inkjet Printer: https://bhpho.to/2wmRvIf http://geni.us/3lTBql

Edit suite (hardware):
Apple 27″ 2017 iMac w/Retina 5K (Mid-2017), jacked: https://bhpho.to/2whuvKR
G-Tech G-Speed Shuttle XL: https://bhpho.to/2ydE5fc

Comments

Mads Peter Iversen says:

Hi Hugh I was just directed to your channel via my own and I must say I loved this video! I love your deep relaxing voice 🙂 I also print my own photos and have the same printer as you and I’ve been looking for some paper that kinda matches the fine art museum etching from Canon. Have you compared that with the RedRiver Papers’ Palo Duro Etching? 🙂 Maybe you can suggest other types of that kind of paper?

The Phoblographer says:

Such powerful words about paper and prints. Nicely done Hugh. Makes a lot of sense for the Acros simulation for sure.

Jason Lacey says:

As an aside, what ‘type’ of image do you feel would be best suited for this PDPaper..

AMG - Amateur Media Group says:

Just a quiet admirer of your work in this channel. Been using a iphone 6 as my main camera for about 3 years now. And just recently got my first real camera a GH5, in part due to your reviews. Id love a professional print for my wall to use as inspiration and motivation.

Christian Sacra says:

I’ll take one as a reminder of the importance of the things behind and in front of the camera and not so much what is in the camera itself.

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