A Picture To Remember | Photographic Paper Types

 

PHOTOGRAPHIC PAPER TYPES

Choosing the right paper for the perfect photograph means the difference between a good print and a great one. Color saturation, flesh tones, contrast, and tint all come into play, no one aspect more important than the other. They all need to be exactly right. We offer three different papers to ensure archival quality that stands the test of time.

 
E-Surface Paper (matte finish)
E-Surface Paper (matte finish)

Kodak Professional Supra Endura VC Digital Paper (Traditional E-Surface Paper) is the most popular paper used by professional photographers. Accurate color, realistic saturation, excellent neutral flesh reproduction, and greater intensity are just a few of the benefits of E-Surface paper.

Product Highlights
  • Standard Archival Value of 100 years in home display; 200 years in dark storage
  • Bright blues, cyans, purples, and reds
Metallic Paper (pearlescent finish)
Metallic Paper (pearlescent finish)

Endura Metallic uses a patented combination of film and laminate layers resulting in striking three-dimensional images. Its unique pearlescent surface, resistance to tearing and curling, and ultra-bright backgrounds make it an exceptional paper regardless of application.

Product Highlights
  • Standard Archival Value of 100 years in home display; 200 years in dark storage
  • Saturated colors
True B&W Paper (matte finish)
True B&W Paper (matte finish)

Our panchromatic, resin-coated paper proves a true digital B&W print should be the standard, not an exception. It is designed to make rich black, continuous-tone prints – while avoiding color tints. And by using a silver-based emulsion vs. dye-based, this papers imaging performance and characteristics are the same as traditional B&W prints.

Product Highlights
  • Display and 100-year archival quality
  • Specially coated on back of paper to accept ink (for crop lines or notes)
FINISHING SERVICES 
Linen Print Texture Lustre Coating
Linen Print Texture

Add a subtle linen texture to your prints. Image quality remains high with an additional protection: photographs can’t be copied by a scanner.

Lustre Coating

Lustre Coating protects against fingerprints, UV exposure, and common over-spraying found in home and office environment. The rich, enhanced sheen of this professional finishing service shields your photographs from the elements without interfering with the image.