Paper Types


E-Surface Paper

Kodak Professional Endura Premier Paper (Traditional E-Surface Paper) is the most popular paper used by professional photographers.

Product Highlights:

  • Boasts accurate color, realistic saturation, excellent neutral flesh reproduction, and great intensity and offers brighter blues, cyans, purples, and reds.
  • Standard Archival Value of 100 years in home display; 200 years in dark storage.

Metallic Paper

Metallic Paper features a unique pearlescent surface with ultra-bright backgrounds.

Product Highlights:

  • Uses a patented combination of film and laminate layers resulting in striking three-dimensional images. It offers natural- looking flesh tones, sharp details, and beautifully-saturated colors.
  • Resistant to tearing and curling without any additional lamination.
  • Standard Archival Value of 100 years in home display; 200 years in dark storage.
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True B&W Paper (matte finish)

Ilford True B&W paper is designed to make black, continuous-tone prints, while avoiding color tints.

Product Highlights:

  • Panchromatic, resin-coated paper provides excellent tone reproduction.
  • Uses a silver-based emulsion rather than dye-based.
  • Specially coated on the back, it accepts ink for crop lines or writing notes.
  • Display and 100-year archival quality.
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Fine Art Paper

Fine Art Paper is a heavy weight, slightly textured paper that provides outstanding imaging and longevity characteristics.

Product Highlights:

  • Matte surface, 310 gsm
  • Acid free, optical brighteners
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Fine Art Canvas

Fine Art Canvas is a cotton/polyester fabric that incorporates a matte inkjet receiver layer for stretching and embellishment.

  • Matte surface, 340 gsm
  • Acid free and water resistant