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Jan 13, 2017
You should first decide on the finish you want for your print:
Durability is an important factor to consider when choosing your photo paper. A thicker paper will last longer and stand up against elements better than thinner paper. You can measure the longevity of your print by how long it maintains it’s colours, details and quality without warping.
If colour is a major component of your photography, opacity is a key consideration in your photo paper decision. The brightness and accuracy of your photograph’s colours is determined by the whiteness of the paper. However, you should be aware of whitening agents sometimes used in photo paper, as these will degrade the print’s quality quickly over time.
There are many factors to consider when deciding on the photo paper that best suits your print. Going to an experienced print provider will help you to achieve the best quality. Paper should enhance your image, not degrade it over time. Keep the above information in mind before you print your next photograph.
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