Electronic Surface Paper (Standard Photo Finish) Electronic Surface Paper is our most popular photo paper. Accurate colors, realistic skin tones, realistic saturation, archival quality, and a traditional photo finish are just some of the reasons people love Esurface prints.
The electronic surface is the standard pearl surface you see in most wedding albums and enlargements. The surface is coated with a silicate resin.
Glossy finish. Luster Coating protects against fingerprints, UV radiation and splashes common in residential and office environments. The rich and enhanced brilliance of this professional finishing service will protect your photos from the elements without disturbing the image.
Kodak Professional Endura Premier Metallic paper has been recognized and recognized for its smooth, eye-catching finish and distinctive metallic appearance. This is genuine Kodak silver halide photo paper that has been digitally displayed on our $ 150,000 Noritsu or Chromira printer in sizes up to 30x60.
The metallic effect photo paper makes prints vibrant and shiny. Available in shiny and glossy surface textures of various brands.
Standard photo print sizes are used for photo printing. Sheets designed for photo printing are generally sold in these sizes.
9 1/2 × 12 inches (5∶4) are used for black and white paper.
The incredibly elegant, classic and timeless linen fabric has proven itself well. It’s classic. Flaxseed paper is perfect for event and studio photography. Linen textile paper is used by exclusive wedding invitation makers, bookmakers and typographers and is a luxurious alternative to textured paper.
Pearlized Portraits ™ is made with an advanced photo paper that has a luminous sheen and creates depth. This product elevates portraits to the rank of treasure! Our Pearlized Portraits ™ are available in color, black and white, sepia and even color!
A glossy surface has a slightly textured matte finish that helps hide fingerprints. Most portraits and wedding photos are printed with a glossy finish. A metallic finish is very glossy and printed on metallic paper. It is intended for artistic images as opposed to traditional family portraits.
The texture of the linen gives each print a fantastic deep linen finish and turns your image into art. Add a twist! The texture of the linen gives each print a fantastic deep linen finish and turns your image into art. The texture of the linen gives each print a fantastic deep linen finish and turns your image into art.
Textured Matte is a surprisingly grainy texture with a gloss-free finish that doesn’t compromise print quality (solid colors and high ink coverage print well and don’t look smudged). This coating is durable and acts as a protective layer against wear.
Gloss and texture are closely related to the surface properties of photographic paper. Gloss refers to the light reflected off the surface of the paper.
Thanks to the attractive glitter surface, the foil can be used for a variety of creations. Metallic paper is available in a wide variety of colors and brands! Including Stardream, Aspire Petallics and Gmund.
Printing on metallic paper is slightly different from printing on plain matte paper, especially when printing at home. The trick is to use a laser printer, not an inkjet printer. Inkjet printers use wet ink, which can have difficulty adhering to the metal surface of the paper.
Kodak Endura Metallic Papers are commonly called specialty papers. This is because this environment is very different. The white tip (or base) of the paper has a silvery appearance, in contrast to the white base of the glossy paper.
Glossy print is a photo or artwork with a finish between glossy and matte. Some companies use the term semi-gloss. Glossy photo prints have rich color saturation, which results in vivid colors, but are not as prone to fingerprints as matte ones.
TECHNICAL DATA / COLORED PAPER. KODAK PROFESSIONAL ENDURA. First quality paper. KODAK PROFESSIONAL ENDURA Premier Paper is a high-speed, multi-ply resinous paper for color printing of digital camera files, scanned negatives and film negatives in commercial and vertical applications.
If you want to print a colorful photo without the great glow of glossy paper, a semi-gloss or semi-gloss finish is a good choice. Frosted images also look good behind smooth glass and can be viewed from more angles than glossy images.