Studio Quality Printing Paper
A Canvas is a Window into an Artists Imagination.

Studio Quality paper is typically used in the visual arts world for prints and paintings. This paper is designed to replicate the original piece of artwork superbly, so that even the most accomplished artist would be impressed. Here you will discover the finest quality of paper suitable for framing and displaying. If you are a collector or admirer of the Fine Arts, these are the most likely options from which to choose your canvas.
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Fine Art Paper "Photo Rag"
Fine Art Paper "Photo Rag"

This Hahnlemuhle brand fine art paper is a versatile, soft white paper made from 100% acid-free cotton rag- a surface expressly created to pick up every detail in your image, creating the most accurate representations of photography, fine art, or digital art equally.

13" x 19" - 20 Sheets

13" x 19" - 200 Sheets
Cotton Rag Finish. 50 lbs. 12.2 mil Thick. 90% Brightness.
Fine Art Paper "Museum Etching"
Fine Art Paper "Museum Etching"

This superb, heavyweight fine art paper has a warm, natural white textured surface finish producing gorgeous, saturated colors and deep blacks- a top choice for printing etchings, lithography, drawings, and for creating museum-quality art and proto prints.

8.5" x 11" - 20 Sheets
8.5" x 11" - 200 Sheets
Cotton Rag Finish. 50 lbs. 12.2 mil Thick. 90% Brightness.
Photo Paper Pro Platinum
Photo Paper Pro Platinum

Photo Paper Pro Platinum is Canon's flagship photo paper for the quintessential professional. Its studio finish provides luxurious texture, high color reproduction and high robustness to deliver superior photo vividness.

8.5" x 11" - 20 Sheets
13" x 19" - 10 Sheets
Paper Terminology
Here are a few terms you will need to know while searching for the right paper to help you produce photo lab quality prints right at home.
High Gloss

Delivers a "studio finish" with the most vivid colors, an outstanding contrast of light and dark, and high durability. With this finish you may experience glares in certain lighting situations and fingerprints similar to the glossy finish. High Gloss paper is frequently used by professionals and photography students.

Offers tremendous color range, resolution and durability. With this finish you may experience glares in certain lighting situations and fingerprints. The most practical uses for these Glossy prints are portfolios, photo albums and other displays behind plastic.

This finish is designed to not show those pesky lighting reflections or fingerprints you often see on glossy prints. With less dynamic range
and contrast of colors than all of the other photo papers. Great for scrapbooking projects, bulletin boards, cards and invitations.

Offers a great compromise between a Matte and Glossy finish. Helps to reduce issues with glare, dust and fingerprints. Durability (paper weight/ thickness) typically falls right in the middle. Great for your everyday picture frames and ideal for those
with a matte border.

Commonly ranked on a scale of 1-100, with 100 being the brightest option. The brighter and whiter your paper is the lighter your prints will be; a duller paper will produce more muted tones/darker images.

Refers to the durability of your paper and the amount of ink it is designed to hold without compromising the integrity of the document. Thinner/Lighter is ideal for quick prints, typography, rough drafts, etc. Thicker/Heavier is more commonly found in papers meant for photos, scrapbooking, crafts, etc.

Superb for that gallery quality, high-end printing, this type of finish has very "canvas like" quality.

Ideal for printing projects that are heavy in typography, have definitive shapes, or have a high contrast of black and white. Designed to help your colors stay in place and to be less susceptible to spreading and mixing, also known as "bleeding," delivering a more crisp and vivid picture.
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