Ilford’s New Inkjet Photo Papers Are Designed to Bring Back the Look and Feel of Analogue Prints
If you’ve ever compared inkjet prints to more traditional analogue prints, you’ll know there’s a different feel and aesthetic between the two. Specifically, traditional analogue prints tend to possess a certain type of quality that’s driven by the usually-thicker stock and the way in which the pigments are embedded in the fibers of the paper.
To bring that feel and aesthetic of analogue prints to the digital world, Ilford Imaging has announced Ilford Studio, a new lineup of inkjet paper said to be the ‘digital equivalent’ of traditional analogue paper stock.
Set to be sold alongside Ilford’s Galerie paper lineup, Studio is designed to be used with HP, Epson and Canon printers. The Studio lineup comes in both Glossy and Satin finishes and can be purchased in multiple sizes, from 10x15cm sheets to 60” rolls.
The paper will come in two weights, each of which has an intended purpose. The …
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