Epson Launches New Fine Art Papers at PhotoPlus Expo 2015

By Greg Scoblete

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Epson trotted out a new line of photo papers at PhotoPlus Expo aimed at photographers and artists seeking to exhibit and sell their output.

Dubbed the Legacy Papers, they’ll feature a microporous inkjet receiver layer that Epson claims will produce deep blacks, an expanded color gamut and smooth tonal gradations. They’ll initially be sold in rolls beginning in November with cut sheets available starting in 2016.

The paper lineup will include:

  • Legacy Platine: a 100 percent cotton fibre paper with an OBA-free, smooth satin finish.
  • Legacy Fibre: 100 percent cotton fibre paper with a bright OBA-free, smooth matte finish.
  • Legacy Baryta: a baryta …read more

    Via: PDN Pulse

        

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