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Photographic Papers

  • luster print
    Luster
  • glossy print
    Glossy
  • matte print
    Matte
  • metallic print
    Metallic
  • silk print
    Silk
  • deep matte print
    Deep matte
Luster: A customer favorite, making it the most popular paper is Luster. This paper is the recommended choice for traditional photo books to showcase every memory. Luster paper rises to the top for any occasion.
Glossy: If you love all that sparkles and shines, you are a High Glossy fan. This distinctively bright and bold look brings a modern, contemporary look to your images.
Matte: Those with significant photo experience and an appreciation of nuanced imagery. Our most expensive option. Not recommended for work with dense shadows and rich blacks.
Metallic: The Endura Metallic paper has a unique metallic sheen for stunning visual impact and depth. Metallic is our most dramatic paper for colors that jump right off the print and black and whites that shimmer and shine!
Silk: Like its name indicates, Silk paper is delicate, soft and sophisticated. A wedding photography favorite, silk paper is flattering for brides and wedding dresses and delivers a refined texture and vintage, cultured feel.
Deep matte: Those with an appreciation for nuanced fine art imagery will appreciate Deep Matte paper. Sophisticated, artful scenes benefit from the depth and detail of this paper. Deep Matte has a smooth finish and a velvet touch, but is not recommended for work with dense shadows and rich blacks.

Fine Art Papers

  • Low texture
  • Medium texture
  • Heavy texture
Low texture: A smooth, matte surface made from 90% sustainable bamboo fibers. Preserve your images on a non-fading surface and keep colors looking sharp without a heavy dose of texture.
Medium texture: This paper type has the consistency of watercolor paper. Add an artistic feel to your photos without distorting features & details.
Heavy texture: A deep, coarse surface that adds visible texture to every image, adding an impressionistic feel to landscapes, still-lifes or portraits.

Why We Print

There’s a story, a modern-day parable, about a man who had a large art collection. This man had a son who went off to war and unfortunately perished overseas.

The father of this young soldier cherished the military portrait of his son above all his other possessions. When the man died, the photography of his son in his uniform came up first at auction. The bidding declined as no one saw the value in this single photograph when held up against priceless works of art…$100…$50…no takers….$20, $10…silence.

Finally, to move the auction along, someone bid $5…going once, going twice, SOLD! The auctioneer set down his gavel and closed the auction. The man’s will read that whoever purchased the photograph received the entire collection.

This is how much one image can mean to someone.

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Is All Printing The Same?

No, far from it. Few photography labs still use traditional technology to create prints and books. Longstanding silver halide processing uses chemistry to infuse images into paper. This process results in a sharper, more vibrant photo than the cheaper ink printing offered by many mass production labs.

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Capture the Beauty of Your Images with Large Prints

Create stunning poster-sized Prints from the scenes you capture. Vast landscapes, city skylines and deep blue oceans retain their natural beauty on Large Photo Prints. Spice up your home decor by making a statement with your photography.

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