I've printed photos from my digital camera on photo paper in the past, but I've often been disappointed with the results, finding the quality of my photos very inferior to ones that I'd got printed in Boots. However, I've heard very good things about the quality of Fujifilm's photo paper, and with a number of photo frames to fill I figured I might as well give it a go.
Despite my initial apprehension, I've been very impressed with the photos I've printed onto this paper so far. The paper is thicker than other brands of photo paper that I've tested in the past, and it has a lovely glossy finish that makes my photos look like they've been developed professionally. I've found from past experience that printing photos at home can leave images with a grainy, pixellated appearance, but this is not the case with this paper. I've happily displayed my photos in frames around my house and they look fantastic - not at all like I've printed them at home.
I chose to buy the 'A4' sized sheets, but you can also purchase this paper in '6x4' size for convenience. The paper is easy to use and worked perfectly with my (fairly basic) printer.
The cheapest I've seen this paper on sale for is £4.79 for 20 sheets on Amazon (this price includes delivery). Whilst it's not cheap in comparison to other types of photo paper available to buy, I still think it's worth paying the extra for the quality of photographs that this paper can produce.