€ 151.00 "Excluding Vat"
Photo White is the best paper where a soft texture is desired to complement the image. This beautiful cotton paper has an advanced acid free coating, which has an expanded tonal range and a high D-Max.
This FineArt paper is characterized by its bright white surface and is made of 100% a-Cellulose. Due to its soft, matt, subtle texture, Photo White is ideal for valuable editions and original prints. Due to the special ink jet coating with its unique texture, a large colour gamut, high contrast and colour density can be achieved with pigment and dye inks and with most printing systems.
|Dimensions||91 × 18 × 18 cm|
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Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Duo is a FineArt inkjet paper, coated on both sides, in proven Photo Rag® quality. It is ideal for producing high-quality FineArt portfolios and albums. The white cotton paper, with its smooth, pleasantly soft texture and lightly defined felt structure, combined with the matt premium inkjet coating, produces extraordinary print results. It boasts brilliant colours, deep blacks and outstanding reproduction of detail on both sides.
The acid- and lignin-free Photo Rag® Duo meets the most exacting requirements for age resistance and is a double-sided FineArt printing classic.
· 290 gsm, 90% bamboo fibres, 10% cotton
· Natural white, without optical brighteners
· Soft, lightly textured felt structure
· Matt premium inkjet coating for
outstanding print results
· Acid- and lignin-free
· ISO 9706 conform / museum quality
for highest age resistance
· Compatible with pigment and dye inkjet systems
· ICC-profiles available on
Canvas Como PRO
Genuine canvas-linen, mat, Oeko-Tex®
Semi-fine, textured canvas, for art reproductions and prestigious picture prints, in tear-resistant 2:1 weave. Certified according to the Oeko-Tex® Standard and highly flame-resistant, in accordance with the new DIN EN 13501-1, very good colour space.
Photo Rag® Baryta combines the virtues of a luxury cotton paper and a traditional baryta board. The very fine surface texture with the baryta gloss endows portraits with a particularly expressive character.