Made on a cylinder mould (traditional process): quality close to that of paper made by craft methods. The slow turning of the cylinder enables the fibres to be deposited evenly and spread in all directions over the wire. The paper is homogeneous, with a flatter surface and better wet strength. It can therefore withstand the numerous baths inherent in photographic alternative processes. Only papermaking on a cylinder mould can produce paper with deckle edges.
The first paper
specially designed for platinum-palladium photographic printing – the reference!
Platinum, palladium photographic printing, blue prints – Conservation and protection of works in photographic form
Pleasure of using a soft, supple, noble material (unbelievable feel).
Exceptionally smooth, satiny surface.
145, 310 gsm
Ideal for platinum-palladium printing and conservation of photographic works, blue prints, platinum prints, albumenised prints, the silver gelatin process or colour processes. The 145 gsm is particularly suited to book publishing and smaller standard print sizes.
The paper is ideally sized to give the artist perfect impregnation.
White. A very white colour which catches and highlights contrasts and brings out details. The higher Dmax reinforces the depth of blacks.
No alkaline reserve (as it is incompatible with photographic alternative processes), acid-free, no optical brightening agents. Choosing the right paper is essential to meeting the highest archival standards.
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