Choosing paper

 
 

I have selected two of the best quality papers, to offer you long lasting, vivid, outstanding colors. The illustrations displayed in the Revolicius shop are carefully produced with the giclée process for maximum colour accuracy and resolution. It’s the printing process where millions of ink droplets are sprayed to saturate the fibres of the highest-quality papers. Resulting in pure, rich colours and remarkable details.

Fuji DP II Matte Lustre

Fuji DP II Matte Lustre

Hahnemuhle Photo Matt Fibre 200 natural white

Hahnemuhle Photo Matt Fibre 200 natural white

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Fuji DP II Matte Lustre

At the top of the Crystal Archive range and the most refined paper in Fuji's line up. Optimised for digital exposure in minilabs and large scale printers, it may also be exposed in a traditional optical way, in the darkroom.

This paper is a silver halide colour paper with a thicker base and high stiffness. It is capable of yielding very high image quality prints making it suitable for high end professional uses such as portrait or commercial photography. It has the highest level of image stability, and is ideal for display purposes.

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Hahnemühle Photo Matt Fibre 200

Photo Matt Fibre 200 gsm · 100 % α-cellulose · natural white

Photo Matt Fibre is a low-weight, cellulose paper with an optimised inkjet coating for photo application. It’s perfectly suitable for photo and poster prints as well as photo books.

The smooth, very light textured paper has a pleasant warm tone whiteness. It excels with its print quality, ensuring the best results for daily printing.

Hahnemühle’s authentic art papers are regarded as top of the line. They are often used for exhibitions and limited-edition art prints.