Hi, I print on photo paper at home, but during the summer months the paper gets warped around the edges and gets smudged with black ink when printing. How I'm printing: Semi-gloss photo paper (220 g/m2) Printer: Pixma ix6820 Temperature and humidity: 25C 80% Every time a print is smudged, it gets thrown away; it's bad for the environment and the wallet. To reduce waste, I'm wondering which of the following approaches would be effective, and if there aren't others I haven't thought of: Store paper and printer in a humidity-controlled environment (which temperature and humidity ranges?) Purchase different kind of paper (which would warp least under high humidity?) Use a printer that doesn't smudge warped paper (is there such thing? anything affordable?) Recondition paper to remove warping (how?) If anyone has any experience with a similar problem, I would much appreciate any pointers... Thanks!