I am currently working on a photo zine (I plan on producing ~5 of them) that has about 16 pages, which I'm trying to print on my Canon Pro-100. Because it is going to be in book form, I have to print on both sides, which I've never done before with a photo printer.
To keep cost down with so many pages, I got some generic 60 lb copy paper (this one specifically), which feels great for its price, but when printing in color it is visible from the other side. So I assume I need to find a profile that uses less ink?
But I don't know whether to consider it Matte paper or Glossy paper (they advertise it as "ultra-smooth"). I tried both Canon Luster and Matte profiles, with both having the same problem (only change was in saturation).
So now I'm unsure what to do. I printed black and white copies of the same book on a laser printing without this problem, so what can I do to minimize ink bleeding through on an ink-jet printer?