Photo Paper

by Bjorn Petersen ·Posted
Canson Infinity has released its latest fine-art inkjet paper, the Baryta Prestige II, with the sole purpose of maintaining the aesthetics of a traditional darkroom paper. Over the past few years, one of inkjet printing’s main goals has been to emulate the look and feel of so-called darkroom papers, specifically fiber-based, black-and-white, silver gelatin papers, because these papers truly hit the mark in terms of tonal range and
by Bjorn Petersen ·Posted
Despite photography’s embrace of digital media and sharing, there’s still nothing quite like a physical print as the ultimate way to realize the power of a photograph. Especially in a time when sharing is primarily done in digital form, printing your photos is a statement, and it’s a place and time to be decisive about how your photographs look in physical form. Canson Infinity obviously understands the importance of choice in physical media and has recently released four new papers within its
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted
Printing your work can be a very satisfying experience. The level of control you have when you do it yourself is unmatched and can be extremely rewarding. There’s also the feeling you get when you’re holding one of your photographs in your hand, which just can’t be beat. Sticking with classic glossy, luster, or matte paper is certainly a very good way to work with most of your images, but there are some more unique and alternative options available that can