Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper: Product Overview: Adorama Photography TV

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AdoramaTV presents Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper. Join AdoramaTV Host Diane Wallace as she discusses the benefits of using photography and fine art papers by Hahnemühle.

Artists have the highest standards for the property and pureness of the basis of their work, papers and boards. Valuing artists’ creative needs, Hahnemühle has created a comprehensive range of papers for professional artists and hobby painters.

AdoramaTV features talented hosts including: Mark Wallace, Gavin Hoey, Joe McNally, Joe DiMaggio, Tamara Lackey, Bryan Peterson and Rich Harrington.

Related Products:

Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308
http://www.adorama.com/IHUPR3111725.html?refby=video

Photo Rag 308 Archival Storage Box
http://www.adorama.com/FSBP1117.html?refby=video

Fine Art Baryta 325
http://www.adorama.com/IHUFB131925.html?refby=video

Bamboo Fiber Inkjet Paper
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Albrecht Durer Inkjet
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11×17 Photo Rag Book and Album
http://www.adorama.com/IHUPBA111725.html?refby=video

Epson Stylus Pro 3880 Signature Worthy Edition 17″ Inkjet Printer
http://www.adorama.com/IESS3880SW.html?refby=video

If you have questions, share them with us at: adotv@adorama.com

Comments

Taura Horn says:

Question: how would you list the media in a gallery tag? “Archival inkjet on Hahnemuhle baryta” is accurate but doesn’t sound very impressive!
Thanks!

MurrayNJ08 says:

Cool

Dirt Farmer says:

I can’t help but smile watching and listening to such a beautiful and intelligent young lady.

Allen Bourne says:

I’ve been using Hahnemuhle’s Photo Rag and German Etching papers with my Epson 3880 and the results are fantastic.  The latter has a texture that looks rich and expensive.

As for gallery tags, I think simply saying “Archival pigment ink and paper” would do it.

Eric Wendelin says:

I am printing  with Photosilk Baryta 310 11×17 and 8.50×11 with my Epson 3880 Printer and the results are  amazing , I am Hooked on this paper.

Adorama says:

That’s a great question! Any art dealers want to weigh in on this? Would “Pigment-based digital media” work better?

Faisal Almaiman says:

many new photographers these days think less or not at all about printing. they need to know that pictures taken with their expensive cameras will shine when printed. the pictures are made to be printed in my opinion..

I love the video, also adorama 🙂

jorxav02 says:

Wife

Grimm Tale says:

I currently use this paper (photo rag) at my work. Ironically, I only discovered this paper stockpiled (over 50 boxes of 100-sheets) in our warehouse after I had run out of the standard Canon-Glossy paper I had been using for a couple of years. Since I take many photos chronicling our agency, I thought I was pigeon holed into using the standard glossy for prints. Now, I use NOTHING but this paper and the prints are B-E-A-UUU-TIFUL ! Even boring shots of agency leadership look GREAT!

603hesham says:

Is she Mark’s sister?

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