Introducing a new affordable alternative to my fine art paper prints!
I’m happy to announce that all my prints are now also available on professional photographic paper with a lustre finish. The lustre paper prints come unframed, and are a more affordable option for those who prefer to do their own framing.
The archival matte fine art prints are still available both as unframed and framed prints.
About the Papers
The fine art paper has a matte, smooth surface without reflections and glare, resulting in a more subdued image, but one that still has brilliant colors, deep blacks, contrast and perfect reproduction of details. It is archival and rated to last 100+ years. The look and feel of this paper is artistic and luxurious.
The photo paper has a subtle texture and a slight sheen without being glossy. The lustre surface results in stronger, brighter, more vibrant prints with crisp, rich colors and depth. The look and feel of this paper is that of a photographic print.
I personally prefer the fine art paper for black and white, subtly colored and more painterly images, while more colorful prints look great on both papers. If you need help to choose, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!
For more print surface comparisons, see Buying Art Online: Photo or Fine Art Paper? Canvas, Acrylic Glass or Metal Prints?