|"Arrange whatever pieces come your way." --Virginia Wolf|
faq about traditional photo papers
Color Photographic Paper
We use Kodak Supra Endura Papers, photographic papers with an extraordinary color gamut that can last over 200 years -- a new standard for image longevity. Their improved light keeping is equivalent to 100+ years before noticeable fading occurs under typical home display conditions. Significantly improved keeping in dark storage measures over 200 years. Prints that will last more than a lifetime... for multiple generations.
Brighter colors and accurate skin tones.
Digital and optical print capability in a single paper for a consistent look
We print on Glossy, Semi-glossy and metallic Endura.
B & W Photographic Paper
We use Ilford Multigrade Resin Coated and Fiber based photo papers. Made in England, Ilford RC paper is a premium quality paper with a bright base tint and medium weight. The image color remains cool to neutral whether viewed in daylight or fluorescent light. Available in Glossy or Pearl surface
The Ilford Fiber Based paper is a premium quality, variable contrast black and white paper on a 255g/m? fiber base. Fiber based papers have an appearance, weight and quality of their own... a 'hand crafted' look which immediately appeals to skilled printers and discriminating collectors, and artists alike, the exhibitor's paper for exhibition prints; found in museums world wide.
examples of print borders
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page last updated on 04/20/17