Titanium Lustre 280
The brand new Silver Metallic Paper from PermaJet! - Titanium Lustre has a beautiful pronounced textured finish on a heavyweight 280gsm silver resin coated base. br>
This new photo paper truly resembles the look, feel and print quality of a metallic surface with its high silver pigment content - this is NOT one of the much less impressive 'pearlescent' papers on the market which is simply an 'effect' on the coating - the base of Titanium really does look like silver!! Incredible detail and clarity is achievable delivering stunning high resolution visual impact and making your images just jump off the paper.
Its great tonal range, wide colour gamut and high D-max works extremely well with images that have vibrant colours, deep blacks or containing reflective metal surfaces such as chrome, silver or even gold! Everyday objects such as watches, jewellery, glass, metalwork and mirrors come to life with almost a 3D effect. Fully compatible with both dye and pigment inks.
Try printing your black and white images on this surface - you will not believe what you can achieve in the tonal highlights and greys. And, if you print HDR images on this surface, you have just taken your print output to another level altogether! We have many customers already reporting winning prestigious print awards because the paper is so different to anything else the judges have ever seen!
Available in packs of 25 sheets of A4, A3, A3+ and A2 as well as wide format rolls of 12" (305mm), 24" (610mm) and 42" (1067mm) and just launched - 6" x 4" and 7" x 5" small format packs.
The obvious choice for any photographer, graphic artist or photo print lab looking for something that is definitely a bit different!
See the latest reviews on this brand new inkjet paper - Full Titanium Lustre 280 Review - Northlight Images
- Hi there - Just to say I bought a box of this at Focus - it is just fabulous. Di Wilkins LRPS President, Exeter Camera Club - 08/03/2013
- Just wanted to say I finally got my pack of A3 Titanium paper this morning and have been trying... Richard Knight - 25/03/2013
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