Premium Lustre Paper - Mounted
Canson Photo Lustre Premium RC 310gsm is a resin coated paper with a stunning lustre effect, which meets the industry requirements and demands of everyday use. This exceptional photographic paper has been designed to comply with the highest lifespan requirements. It is the perfect choice for black & white and colour photographic reproductions and feels very similar to original photochemical papers.
The print is mounted onto 5mm self adhesive foam core and a precision cut ArQuadia 'Blizzard' (white) matboard.
Each matboard is hand signed, wrapped in shrink-wrap and READY-TO-FRAME.
Fine Art Paper
Canson Platine Fibre Rag 310gsm: This is an exceptional semi-gloss fine art paper. It provides the feel and aesthetic of a traditional fibre based paper. It has a true pure white tone without using optical brighteners that are known to affect the longevity of digitally produced images. This is perfectly suited to a wide range of images and has a beautiful gallery-quality feel.
Chromajet Metallic Pearl 255gsm or Kodak Metallic Pearl 265gsm: These are premium inkjet papers with a unique pearlescent surface finish. The finish is similar to traditional silver-halide metallic photographic papers and offers exceptional image clarity and brilliant colour reproduction with a cool, high-gloss metallic finish with a blue iridescence. Especially effective with images of the ocean and water as the finish gives a lot of depth.
We use a premium 380gsm cotton-poly blend canvas that gives exceptional image quality and longevity. It features a high quality semi-gloss surface that looks like HD photo paper but with a subtle canvas texture. It has a protective coating, and can be cleaned with a clean, lightly damp cloth.
Canvas can be ordered either stretched over a pine frame or rolled in a tube.
Our high-definition aluminium prints are made on aluminium that’s coated with a special coating that the image is fused into through the process of dye sublimation. We use ChromaLuxe brand metal, which is resistant to stains, scratches, water, fire, tears, and age-related yellowing. When you print on metal, you get all the high-definition quality you expect from an HD printer – but with all the benefits of aluminium’s lightness and durability.