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This is an unframed Ltd Edition Giclee Print of exceptional quality. When ordering, please bear in mind that we don't hold prints in stock. They are made to order. For further information about Quality & Shipping,  refer to the information panel on this page.

In my Father's Kingdom - Ltd Edition Giclée Print

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  • Your Giclee Print is printed on high-quality in Very Limited Edition of only 8 Signed and Sealed Copies in each of two sizes.

    Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Metallic 340gsm or C-type prints (silver halide) 245gsm papers in various sizes.

    Founded in 1584 Hahnemühle is the oldest German paper-maker, manufacturing paper for traditional and digital artists as well as industrial papers. Only a few companies can proudly look back on such a long, uninterrupted tradition.

    Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Metallic Paper

    Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Metallic is a silvery-shimmering FineArt inkjet paper with a specially formulated inkjet coating for FineArt use. The natural white cotton paper contains no optical brighteners and has the characteristic Photo Rag® surface structure and sumptuous feel. Photo Rag® Metallic features a special silvery-shimmering surface finish. The high-gloss premium inkjet coating with a unique metallic effect guarantees impressive printing results with bold colours, deep black and the perfect reproduction of colour and detail. The sophisticated silver metallic effect underscores the image and makes motifs with metallic elements, reflections, ice and glass, architecture and landscape shots, as well as black and white photographs with high-contrast tones shine. Photo Rag® Metallic is acid and lignin-free and meets the most exacting requirements in terms of age resistance.
     

    • 340 gsm, 100% cotton
    • Natural white, without optical brighteners
    • Sophisticated surface texture
    • High-gloss premium inkjet coating for outstanding printing results with a unique, silvery-shimmering metallic effect
    • Acid and lignin-free
    • ISO9706 compliant / museum quality for a high age resistance
    • Compatible with pigment and dye inkjet systems
    • ICC profile available

    TIPA World Award 2019 - Best Inkjet Photo Paper 

     

    Professional C-Type, Silver Halide, Metallic Print

    Silver halide is a chemical compound and has been used in photographic film and paper for hundreds of years. In fact, when it comes to producing high-quality photo prints, silver halide printing is the chef’s kiss of printing methods.

    Also referred to as chromogenic prints, C-types, C-prints or C-type prints, silver halide prints are actually created by a chemical reaction. And while you won’t find us teaching science lessons any time soon, we do know a thing or two about this kind of chemistry…

    Silver halide paper contains light-sensitive silver halide crystals and dye couplers suspended in layers of gelatin. When this paper (and the concoction inside it) is exposed to light, it triggers a chemical reaction, which then develops to form a full-colour image — all without a drop of ink in sight.

    In a nutshell, silver halide prints are exposed using light instead of ink, digital files instead of film negatives and a printer instead of a darkroom.

    Silver halide prints

    Rather than laying down individual dots of colour — a printing method known as halftone — the silver halide printing process produces a smooth, continuous tone known as contone. Silver halide prints are also great for recreating natural skin tones, shadows and highlights, and deep blacks and brilliant whites. These photorealistic elements make silver halide prints a popular choice for photographers — particularly portrait photographers.

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    Another benefit of the silver halide printing process is the longevity of the prints that it produces. Since the dye is embedded within the paper itself instead of deposited on top of it, the print is less likely to smudge and is scratch and water resistant. Even more impressive is that silver halide prints can typically withstand deterioration caused by light exposure for approximately 60 years, giving them an archival quality.

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