Why I Use Canson Infinity Fine Art Paper

In this video I discuss why I use Canson Infinity paper for all of my fine art prints and the specific papers I choose for specific types of images.

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Sajjad Al-Lawati says:

Hi 
in your upper coverage what type of printer you are using 

Louis de la Torre says:

What is your favorite Canson b/w paper.

Phil Bamber says:

Hi Robert, great video. The baryta paper is alpha-cellulose, right? I’m really just learning about printing but does that put it at a disadvantage to a rag paper? Thanks! 

Philip Casey says:

Hello! Thank you for your paper description videos. After printing your Canson prints, do you spray them with any protective coating substances? If so, what do you recommend? Thank you.

Sean Chin says:

Hi great video. What brightness do you set your monitor to while editing photos for print? Thanks!

krishnan srinivasan says:

Sir is it okay to use aftermarket inks available for the printers to print archival grade photographs on a archival paper ?
I’m planning on Hp -7110 ( that’s all I could afford) , the paper might be Canon PT -101 , i can find a iCC profile as well. ( coz this is the only paper I could find in amazon India) . Kindly help. http://www.500px.com/kicha. That’s my profile. I’m going to print this desaturated kind of images only ( actually split toned ) .

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