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8.5x11 Piezography Multi-Tone Print

8.5x11 Piezography Multi-Tone Print

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Hahnemuhle Photo Rag
Paper Notes: Matte, 100% Cotton, White with minimal amount of OBAs. This paper started the fine-art digital inkjet revolution. It has an incredibly rich tonal range with Piezography ink. 100% archival.

Hahnemuhle Bamboo
Paper Notes: Smooth, Thick, Matte, Bamboo fiber, Very Warm with zero OBAs. This paper is environmentally and ethically friendly (no cotton!). It is one of the warmest papers on the market. The paper surface is truly exceptional and professional-grade and surpasses the dMax (how black the black gets) of any paper we offer. 100% archival. 100% sustainable.

Hahnemuhle Museum Etching
Paper Notes: Matte-Textured, loose grain, 100% Cotton, mid-white, mould-made felting. Museum Etching has a smooth wide grain and it’s a very thick 350gsm paper. It’s great for prints that require tough paper that will hold up to a lot of abuse. It doesn’t flake. This paper is one of the oldest continuously-made paper in history. 100% archival.

JonCone Studio Type 5
Paper Notes: Designed by Jon Cone. Baryta surface, semi-gloss but the least amount of gloss possible, warm-white non-OBA. Very thick rigid paper. This paper is the perfect fine-art paper for traditional semi-gloss Piezography printing. It is the only baryta paper that has an uncoated backing (for pencil signing). 100% archival.

Hahnemuhle Photo Gloss Baryta
Paper Notes: This is a brand-new very glossy Baryta paper brand from Hahnemuhle. This paper is the closest match to the surface of a traditional silver print ever created and is a viable option for photographers looking to show digital prints in the same portfolio as silver prints. If you are looking for a print that mimics B&W silver, look no further than Piezography Pro inks on this paper.

Jon Cone invented quad-black inkjet printing back in the early 1990s. Today, Piezography® Pro uses 11 different monochromatic inks, nine of which are gradated to produce tens of thousands more gray levels than can Canon, Epson or HP with their printers. We also formulate the world’s darkest matte and photo black inks. Whether you choose fine art matte or fine art glossy/baryta, our Piezography Pro prints will make your work come alive with greater dMax, superior shadow and highlight detail, higher acuity, and a significantly smoother tonal response. The surface of a Piezography print is absolutely unique in the print world. 
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