Epson, Epson, Epson. Prints are stunning!!! I print on Epson Pro Premium Luster Paper and them spray them with Sureguard Semi-Matte. They are gorgeous! Once you get the spray on there, you can't see the empty spots where whites are. I love it.
I had a family come in for a portrait session with their one year old and 11 uear old. We shot some B-Day portraits of the one year old in what I hope is soon to be a signature style for me. Can't share it here, 'cause she's definately a minor and I won't be able to pass it off [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]
Anyway, they couldn't make up their minds while were proofing after the session, so I broke a rule and let them leave. I had just picked up a few new frames for display in my gallery and put an 11x14 of the baby in it and hung it on the wall. They fell in love with it and ended up placing a $600 order!
Now, hopefully, my photography is good enough to warrant that, however, I can't help but think that having that print on the wall when they came back didn't hurt. Here's the thing. The print was gorgeous and they definately saw the value in the final product.
My advice? I know what you shoot. Get an Epson!