Friday, 14 June 2013

Print Paper Photographic Media Unit 23

A photograph can take on a different feel or style dependant on the paper it is printed on, here are a few examples of papers:-

Digital C Types

Fuji Gloss - high gloss finish, accentuates colour with a punchy rich feel

Kodak Metallic - rich metallic base, producing a silvery, reflective finish with 3D effect

Fuji Matt - Semi matt finish with slightly stippled texture producing natural, subtle range of colours

Fuji Flex - Super gloss, with a plastic feel, warm base colour that produces rich tones

Giclee Papers

Epsom Semi-gloss - medium gloss finish, good detail and holds natural colour

Canson Baryta - Pure white museum grade  that offers maximum longevity

Hahnemuhle Photorag - Heavy art paper with fibrous finish, softens images and mutes colours to produce a fine art, watercolour feel

Hahnemuhle Pearl - similar to photorag but semi gloss. Produces an illustrative, painted feel, but retains more detail and punchier colours

Harman Gloss Warmtone - fibre based producing creamy whites and velvety blacks, alumina coating creates glossy vibrant prints

Canson Aquarelle Rag - Extreme textured, museum grade 100% cotton fine and produces warm, off white tones

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