Apparently digital photo paper comes in 2 basic sizes: Canonís Photo Paper Pro for 4x6 prints (which wastes paper) and then a 2nd size: 8.5x11 sheets
Fine. The 2nd choice makes it easy to print an 8x10 (approximately anyway).
But what if you want a 5 x 7?
Sometimes I would like to print 1 wallet size (about 2x3) or 1 3x5 (or 1 3.5 x 5). How do I do that without wasting paper?
Perusing photo printing software on the net I find tons of programs that will print in all the above sizes, but they all seem designed to print a whole bunch of whatever size smallish prints on an 8.5 x 11 inch sheet. I donít want a whole bunch!!!
Is there a program out there that would just let me print just one 2 x 3 or a 3.5 x 5 on, say, Canonís Photo Paper Pro or an 8.5 x 11 sheet; then turn the sheet over or around and use it for a different size print? You see, I never ever want to make multiple copies of a print. Iím not into fancy photo album setups. And I hate to throw away unused bits of paper. It seems such a waste.
I mean Photo Paper Pro gives me a good 4 x 6 print but Iíd like to be able to use the scrap left over from a Photo Paper Pro 4 x 6 print to make a 2 x 3 print.
Of course what Iíd really like to do is to be able to specify the exact size of my prints, say, on an 8 x 10 sheet and then be able to use the left over paper.
So could I have some suggestions as to solutionsÖis there even a good solution out there?