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Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl: Picture 1 regular $42.06

About Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl

In response to the growing demand for a superior fiber-based digital FineArt media with the look and feel of a traditional darkroom photo paper, the Hahnemuehle mill adds another selection to its digital FineArt media collection: Fine Art Pearl.

As with all Hahnemuhle papers, FineArt Pearl has been developed to meet the highest standards of FineArt photographers using only the finest raw materials and manufacturing techniques.

Fine Art Pearl 285gsm is a triple coated, lignin free, 100% alpha-cellulose paper. The result is age resistant paper with a surface that is remarkably similar to a traditional silver gelatin double-weight photo paper.

Hahnemuehle FineArt Pearl proved to be significantly superior in D-Max, white point and surface structure. The response has been overwhelmingly positive! It is available in all standard sheet and roll sizes.

Specifications:

pH: 7.9-8.5
weight: 285gsm
whiteness: 105%
dmax: 2.88



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Reviewed by 3 customers

 
5.0

My favorite paper for photography

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BEAUTIFUL PAPER! Best in my Epson 3880 , and I use it all the time for my artwork. I mount this behind museum glass and it looks like a million dollar exhibit. I recommend the profile from Hahnemuhle for your printer settings.

 
5.0

My absolute favorite paper!

By

I am a small photographer that wants to give my customer the very best quality. Hahnemuhle paper takes my work to the next level.

 
5.0

Awesome

By

I use this Hahnmuhle paper for both color and Black & White printing. It is awesome for both, but with Black & White I get prints that rival silver gelatin like you wouldn't believe.

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Cindy K  Can you spot color on this like you could the dark room fiber paper?
DOUGLAS J. C  First, let me say that I have never tried it. My inks are water soluble and I work in color; I would be afraid that spotting with wet media would cause the colors to run or blend. But I do not know for absolute certainty that it could not be done. What I do is what most people do that print with digital media: I do all my spotting in Photoshop. This is far superior to any method I ever used spotting prints with traditional wet darkroom techniques.
Cindy K  Can you spot color on this like you could the dark room fiber paper?
DOUGLAS J. C  First, let me say that I have never tried it. My inks are water soluble and I work in color; I would be afraid that spotting with wet media would cause the colors to run or blend. But I do not know for absolute certainty that it could not be done. What I do is what most people do that print with digital media: I do all my spotting in Photoshop. This is far superior to any method I ever used spotting prints with traditional wet darkroom techniques.
Cindy K  Can you spot color on this like you could the dark room fiber paper?
DOUGLAS J. C  First, let me say that I have never tried it. My inks are water soluble and I work in color; I would be afraid that spotting with wet media would cause the colors to run or blend. But I do not know for absolute certainty that it could not be done. What I do is what most people do that print with digital media: I do all my spotting in Photoshop. This is far superior to any method I ever used spotting prints with traditional wet darkroom techniques.
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