I printed 50 11x14s with it and decided it was a bit much for people pictures, in terms of effect. It is positioned by Kodak as a portrait and fine art paper, but seems contrasty and harsh, compared to a traditional color paper. it is only available in a glossy finish. Most people looking at my pictures didn't like the effect.

It does create an interesting effect with reflections and metallic objects in a photograph. Steel train rails and chrome bumpers have never looked more "real".

I now use Kodak Supra Endura as my standard color paper - excellent color and hopefully good archival characteristics.

I think you can buy a box of 50 8x10 for about $36. Try it out before committing to a larger purchase.

Take care,