If it must be the best, you need to consider dye sub.
I am looking for best photo printer for my portfolio, usually inkjet printer has better photo quality than laser, but I would like to have both suggestion for inkjet and laser printer. thanks for the help in advanced.
If you want value and great (might not be "best") prints I see inkjets to win. The one thing I find folk scrimp and lose the quality is the choice of paper.
Lesson? Always try the recommended paper. And once you get a feel on how paper brightness, weight, color, porosity and such impact the output you can shop and try other paper to fine tune the output.
How about using "compatable" inks rather than the oem inks. Have you found that a problem? I have been using oem but with thirsty printers and sky high ink prices I am thinking of going to generic. Any ones you would reccommend or have had good experience with or should I just avoid them?
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