Piezography is a unique printing process that uses seven shades of inks (ranging from black to very light gray) instead of the three to four ink shades typically used by Canon and Epson.
Piezography prints have the highest resolution and most subtle tonal range of any digital black and white printing process. We use the selenium toned inks for a beautiful, seductive tone, however, the type of paper used influences the final tone of the print. For example, selenium inks printed on Fine Art Pearl appear cooler than Photo Rag Pearl.
Piezography glossy prints on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Pearl or Fine Art Pearl are the best replacement for the discontinued darkroom papers of the 1970s. For matte printing on cotton rag papers, Piezography resembles the platinum/palladium process.