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What kind of paper do you recommend
[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][et_pb_row _builder_version=\”4.1\”][et_pb_column type=\”4_4\” _builder_version=\”4.1\”][et_pb_text _builder_version=\”4.3.2\” hover_enabled=\”0\”]Paper choice is very subjective, and we encourage you to experiment to see which one works best for your aesthetic. Here\’s some favorites to get you started:
Epson Semimatte: Closest match to a traditional resin-coated color darkroom paper, but more archival than traditional color paper. Has a plastic base and satin finish.
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Baryta: This paper has a lovely semigloss surfaces and thick cotton base. Photo Rag Baryta is available up to 60\” wide.
For Giclee, watercolors, illustrations, and non-photographic artwork:
Epson Hot Press Bright: Super smooth, thick watercolor paper with no gloss whatsoever.
Hahnemuhle William Turner: Thick, textured mold-made paper with a very toothy (rough) finish. Lovely and unique, great when you want to match a rough cold press paper.
For Giclee paintings and Large Photo Prints:
Epson Exhibition Satin Canvas: Great for stretched gallery wrap canvas prints or reproductions of a oils or acrylics. Also good for photographs.
For more information, see our paper guide.
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