Our Papers and Canvas Choices
All our papers and canvas's are selected on quality and made for archival prints.
This photo paper is semi-gloss, it helps enhance the details and colours in the image. The lustre ‘texture’ helps with fingerprints and glare.
- Daylight shots for a more natural look.
- Less glare
- Less chance of fingerprints prior to framing.
- Nice all round paper.
- Needs to be framed behind glass - more expensive mounting than canvas.
Metallic paper gives colours a deeper colour saturation, makes light colours brighter and has a metallic sheen to the whole print.
- Sunset shots really pop in colours.
- Best for black and white photography
- More Prone to scratching if handled poorly
- Not as high white point as Lustre
- Needs to be framed behind glass - more expensive mounting than canvas
A Canvas print is the result of an image printed onto canvas which is stretched, or gallery-wrapped, onto a frame and displayed.
- More forgiving for prints over 1.5 meters due to texture
- Coated with a clear gloss for lasting protection.
- Cheaper to mount than glass paper prints.
- Can have a frame moulding around it for extra bling.
- Not recommended to glass due to humidity issues
- Slight loss of image quality due to texture for smaller prints.
- Not as high white Point as other paper types.
Fine art photo prints we use genuine HP inks.
- Largest colour gamut - more colours tones to represent a truer image
- 200 Year archival - inks will not deteriorate in *normal hanging positions
- True compatibility to our papers and canvas