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Professional papers extend the color gamut for very rich colors and attractive flesh tones. We print on 3 different papers; Kodak Endura E-Surface, Endura Metallic and Ilford's True B&W. All three feature 100 year archival value, and will stand the test of time.

 

Kodak Professional Supra Endura VC Digital Paper (aka Traditional E-Surface Paper) is by far our most popular paper. Accurate color, realistic saturation, excellent neutral flesh reproduction and brighter colors are just a few of the attributes to describe E-Surface paper.

You will see excellent skin-tone reproduction, as well as brighter blues, cyans, purples, and reds.

With this paper don’t worry about prints fading. The standard archival value is 100 years in home display and 200 years in dark storage.

 

 

Endura Metallic features a unique pearlescent surface. From fine art applications to special event photography and business cards, we think you will agree when we say this paper is truly spectacular.

Endura offers natural looking flesh tones, sharp details, and beautifully saturated colors. Plus, Endura is strong - resistant to tearing and curling without any additional lamination.

This paper uses a patented combination of film and laminate layers that result in striking, three-dimensional, lasting images on an ultra-bright background.

With this paper don’t worry about prints fading. The standard archival value is 100 years in home display and 200 years in dark storage.

 

 

There is a difference between B&W and true digital B&W prints! This panchromatic, resin-coated paper is specifically designed for making continuous-tone B&W prints directly from digital images in digital exposing systems.

This paper also provides excellent tone reproduction from digital camera files, scanned color slides or negatives. Because the emulsion is silver-based rather than dye-based, the imaging performance and characteristics of this paper are the same as traditional b&w continuous-tone papers. That translates to neutral tonal characteristics that provide the paper with display and archival qualities.

One added benefit is that the resin-coated paper is specially coated on the back to accept ink, making it a good surface for crop lines or writing notes.