Quality Inkjet Paper & Photo Paper How YOU Want It.
Don’t just buy paper configured the way we want – have it the way YOU want it.
- Paper Type - Digital Photo and Matte Papers, Archival Acid Free Papers and Digital Photo Art Papers from Innova, Olmec, Tetenal and Hahnemuhle as well as our own brand €coRag.
- Quantity - If you want more than a standard pack - 250, 1000 - or more sheets then buy in bulk and save
- Size of sheet - Not just "A" sizes but American, promotional leaflet and creative card sizes, traditional photo sizes, panormaic paper and above all - our "What-you see-what-you-print" - papers matching the aspect ratio of your camera.
- Scoring - ready made for greeting and correspondence cards, sales promotional items such as half folds, trifolds, barrel or Z-folds.
- Punching - ready for your albunm - 80mm, 12mm 3-, 4- hold Filofax or comb binding.
Presented flat - ready to put in your printer for the use that you require.
Get Photo Paper in the Size that you want
- this is where we really score
Most vendors give you the choice of A4 and A3. Some give A2. We offer no fewer than 32 different cut sheet sizes (at the last count) and six wide format widths. And the list is growing
Here are those currently available:
Note there is a link on each line to the papers which are stocked in the size as standard, rather than configured lines.
Note re sizes
There are some varioations as to the exact sizes - those whown are as used by OPUSalbums.com and minor adjustments have in the interests of economy. However in all cases we have preserved the aspect ratio.
For example 6x4 is normally 152x102mm – in our case it is 148x99mm – less than 3% smaller.
In the case of American letter there is an option of 8.5x11 or 8.25x11 – the latter has to be cut from A3 which is very wasteful. If there is a demand we will bring some product over from the USA.
For 2/3 A4 - as we have 1/3 A4 left over we supply the 1/3 A4 offering free of charge.
This has been one of the most requested items at the caamera shop I used to work in. It is long overdue. Can I have a dozen brochures for my local camera club?