One of the most important decisions when it comes to ordering prints is selecting the right paper. The paper you choose depends on a combination of preference and what texture works best for the overall image. Some papers are better for rich, colorful photographs, while other papers are better for soft watercolor or pastel prints. This article is here to help you decide which image will work best for you.
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag is a high-quality archival paper that has a wide range of applications. This paper is recommended for black and white and color photographs, fine art reproductions, limited edition prints, family photos, and digital art. In fact, prints on this paper are especially impressive in a gallery setting. The texture of this paper will certainly complement and enhance the original artwork.
This paper is heavy, bright white, and has a smooth matte surface. This genuine fine art paper is certified for its archival qualities and award-winning image quality. In addition, this paper is acid-free and extremely resistant to aging. This paper is 308 gsm.
Moab Slickrock Pearl Paper is a premium, archival fine art, and photographic digital paper. This is a micro-porous 260 gsm pearlescent metallic paper with a glossy finish. Most photographs or digital images will be absolutely breathtaking on this paper. This paper is unique in the fact that its metallic qualities will enhance your artwork. Dark colors appear very deep and lighter colors appear as bright highlights. This paper is 260 gsm, acid-free, and water-resistant.
Strathmore Textured Paper is perfect for printing pastels or watercolors. This paper gives a lightened, textured appearance to your image. This fluorescent white paper is 216 gsm. We do not recommend this paper for rich, deep, and dark colors. Compared to the other papers described above, the dark areas come out much lighter.
Premium DASS Transfer Film is typically used as a film for transferring images to alternative surfaces such as wood, metal, plastic, stone, unique papers, etc. This transfer paper is not meant to create crystal clear, perfect transfers. Depending on what method you use, the final image can look weathered or distorted. We recommend viewing our tutorials about using this film as it will help you gain a better understanding of how it can be used. The possibilities are endless with this film.
We hope that this article has helped you decide which paper is best for your fine art prints. If you have any questions, we have a customer service team that is more than happy to answer any questions you may have. You can message us via the messenger chat feature located on the bottom right of our web page, or via email. Our team typically responds between the hours of 8:30 AM and 10:00 PM EST. We also aim to reply in a timely manner so you shouldn’t have to wait too long for assistance. we look forward to supplying you with archival fine art prints.