EPSON announces the launch of two new fine art papers, demonstrated at the Photokina 2018 in Cologne, which are tailored to work with company’s SureColor SC-P and Stylus Pro printers and with its various generations of UltraChrome inks. According to a source from the company, the newly unpacked fine art papers boast an improved colour gamut and have achieved the 60 years or better archival requirement of its Digigraphie standard for top quality work. Natural white or bright white versions of the papers will be available with immediate effect and are supplied in 300gsm weights.
The results of the papers with SureColor SC-P printers offer an expanded gamut compared to the previous generation of cold press and hot press papers. With the new fine art papers, users will benefit from the ICC profiles and settings incorporated into the drivers of SC-P Series printers which make working with the papers very easy and controllable. The additions offer improved colour density for deep rich colour reproduction and excellent black rendering. The smooth surface of the papers is ideal for photographic images and the soft textured option that adds interest and depth to fine art reproductions. The papers will be available in roll and sheet formats, covering the range from 17 inch to 64 inch for rolls and A4 through to A2 sizes for sheets.
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