Paper Choice - Daniel Ernst - Adventure and Outdoor Photographer

All prints are done with archival pigment ink to ensure highest quality and age resistance. To ensure your print remains in pristine condition please use care in handling printed material. 

What paper to choose?

Fine Art Paper (Hahnemühle / matte)

Hahnemühle Photo Rag is one of the Industries benchmark for fine art photographic prints regarding density, colour gamut, colour graduation and image sharpness while preserving the special touch and feel of genuine art paper. The white cotton paper has a characteristic, wonderfully soft feel with a lightly defined felt structure, lending each artwork a three-dimensional appearance and depth.

>My favorite paper for all sorts of images. Ideal for mounting without glas to preserve the beauty of the paper but also beautiful for framing. Suitable for all sorts of rooms due to the matte surface. High sharpness, deep blacks and beautiful color reproduction with a gentle presence of the structure of the paper.

Premium Matte Photo Paper (Canon or Ilford / matte)
Premium Matte inkjet paper with a warm white tone with a matte almost texture free surface for prints without the reflective sheen. 

>Cheaper option compared to the Fine Art papers. Thick paper with a plain feel, no texture and matte surface thus suitable for all sorts of rooms and light situations. Ideal for a cheaper option to frame your photos afterwards. Warm color reproduction, good contrast and sharpness. Not as deep blacks as fine art papers.

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