This is my pick of the litter!! This image is printed in an oversize print of 12×18. (Large print/small poster) It is printed on heavy metallic Archival photo paper that gives each individual photo a silvery shimmer. I had never seen this technique in printing before, but I took the leap. More expensive to print than ordinary photographs, but so worth it! I only have a few. $30 each. (New sale price $25!)
(Did you know this? I didn’t, but I found it while I was researching Archival Paper: Archival paper is an especially permanent, durable acid-free paper. Archival paper is meant to be used for publications of high legal, historical, or significant value. Archival paper has a life expectancy of over 1,000 years for the best paper and 500 years for average grades. The making of alkaline paper has several other advantages in addition to the preservation benefits afforded to the publications and documents printed on it. Because there are fewer corrosive chemicals used in making alkaline paper, the process is much easier on the machinery, reducing downtime and maintenance, and extending the machinery’s useful life. The process is also significantly more environmentally friendly. Waste water and byproducts of the papermaking process can be recycled; energy can be saved in the drying and refining process; and alkaline paper can be more easily recycled.) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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