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Product Roundup: Inkjet Media
Manufacturers and creatives decipher today’s output options and the demands that drive them.



Andrew Darlow
www.imagingbuffet.com

© Jeff Gump
Photo Tex
Photo Tex
“The minute I first saw the Photo Tex material, I knew we had a huge opportunity to introduce this product into the sports photography market. What a great opportunity to take any photo and be able to enlarge it to life size and place it anywhere indoors or outdoors. It is repositional, reusable, and removable without any harm to the walls, windows, doors, and floors, and it leaves no residue when removing.”
Jeff Gump
www.sportspose.com

© Randy Hufford
Premier Imaging
Premier Imaging
“For my Hawaiian fine-art photography and reproductions, the most important features I look for in papers and canvas are the archivability and the color gamut of the media. The PremierArt line of fine art papers, canvas, and coatings meet and exceed these expectations. They have been tested by Wilhelm for permanence and have the highest Dmax in the industry. Most importantly, Premier provides a complete engineered fine-art printing and finishing solution, giving me and my clients the confidence that my fine-art prints will last a lifetime.”
Randy Hufford
www.ivamaui.com

© Rob Hull
Red River
Red River
“It’s a fast-paced world, and as an independent photographer it’s essential that I’m able to grab a prospect or client’s attention. Greeting cards using Red River Paper do just that. Every client receives a custom-made thank-you card, along with a package of note cards, each with an image from their session. Of course they’re excited to share the note cards with friends—and, of course, my studio name is included.”
Rob Hull
www.greatphotography.com

© Dennis Goldensohn
Sihl
Sihl
“I received my first order of Sihl’s Studio Professional Photo Paper in high-gloss and luster finish and compared it to the premium photo paper I currently use. I printed JPEG files at 3540 x 2432; 2.7 compression at 6.0 MB (21 MB opened). Watching the prints come off my Canon S9000 six-color inkjet printer, I was knocked off my chair! The prints were 90 to 95 percent of what I saw on my LCD screen, using the Pro-Photo Paper settings that come with the printer and Nikon's Capture NX software. The gloss is like a mirror, and the luster has no bronzing at all. I am really pleased. Sihl’s Studio will be what I use as my standard paper. I can only imagine what other Studio products may have in store.”
Dennis Goldensohn
jive_five52@hotmail.com


   







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