High quality photographs depend, in large part, on the type of ink used and the paper on which they are printed. The hp photosmart ink are made to create the most realistic pictures available, with skin tones that are true and subtle shading that brings every detail into better focus. The ink cartridges offered for an hp photosmart printer produce pictures that last for decades so that special memories are recorded for posterity. Whether the photographer desires brighter colors or sharply contrasting blacks and whites, the hp ink cartridges manufactured for the photosmart printer will give him or her beautiful, natural contrasts without any graininess. Consumers using these cartridges report the colors are rich, the tones are natural, and problems, such as blotchiness, are almost nonexistent.
Because a photosmart printer alerts the operator when the ink supply is running low, it is easy to determine when a cartridge should be changed, and installation is quick and simple. The quality of the photos produced using hp ink for the photosmart printer rivals that of any professional photography laboratories. Pictures fading over time is rarely a problem for photographers using hp ink.. Cartridges may be purchased which print anywhere from eighty photographs to one hundred and forty, and hp even offers photo value packs containing both ink cartridge and photo paper. Consumers may purchase black and white or colored ink separately, and a gray cartridge is available to give more depth to each picture. Customers of the hp photosmart line of ink cartridge may also buy them in combination to save about ten percent on each purchase.
Using these economical cartridges can save a substantial sum over time, with some cartridges yielding as many as one hundred and thirty 4×6 photos, using thirteen milliliters of ink. Additionally, Hewlett Packard offers a rewards program which allows customers to save even more money when purchasing printer ink and photograph supplies. Conscientious customers are also happy to learn that HP has an active recycling program which has kept over three hundred and forty-three millions pounds of refuse from entering landfills in the past twenty years.