Digital reproductions printed on 100% acid free and lignin free, cotton based (in some cases, modern blend materials) papers and canvases using special pigmented inks are the most archival. Depending on handling and viewing conditions, a properly produced print can have an anticipated life span of 50 or more years
EPSON 9900 PRINTER
Epson Stylus Pro 9900 is the state-of-the-art equipment for Archival Printing. which has revolutionized the whole concept of Color Printing. This 11 color printer is Ultra Chrome and makes use of High Dynamic Range inks offering wide gamut of colors and also offers quick color stability and high water resistance.
The prints are rolled and packed using butter paper and bubble wrap. It is then fed into the cardboard tube/core for packing. The tube is also packed with bubble wrap so that the core does not get wet due to various reasons.
WHICH PAPER TO CHOOSE? – Read the following and decide
Epson Enhanced Matte Paper: For photographers seeking a flat matte surface, EPSON Enhanced Matte Paper is the ideal choice. This bright white paper is perfect for images that do not require gloss. It yields highly saturated images, while maintaining excellent highlight and shadow detail.This versatile paper can also be used with dye-based inks. Hobbyists, professional photographers and digital artists alike will find EPSON Enhanced Matte Paper a remarkable solution for any project.
Epson Premium Luster Photo Paper(Glossy): Wedding, portrait and school photographers have traditionally used luster paper for their photos. Now Premium Luster Photo Paper is also being used by digital printmakers. This instant drying paper produces vivid, life-like images that rival those of traditional silver halide prints. Like all of Epson’s innovative media, this paper is engineered to give you the highest resolution and color saturation possible.
Hahnemuhle Daguerre Canvas: This canvas offers a fine structure which is particularly good for fine art photo printing. Its bright white point provides clear fresh colors and contrasts for black and white reproductions. Hahnemuhle Canvas meets the highest industry standards regarding density, color gamut, color graduation and image sharpness. It is easy to stretch and can be varnished after printing. It is compatible with pigmented and dye inkjet systems. They are to be used and stored ideally at a relative humidity of 35 to 65% and a temperature of 10 to 30°C (50°– 86°F