Shooting, editing, page designing: professional photographers apply their skills to all these different facets of their work in order to create an excellent end product that will fully satisfy their customers’ needs and expectations. Choosing the best professional photographic paper is a part of this process.
Every photo you take during a wedding shoot has its own spirit, essence and balance determined by its light, colour, contrast, brightness and much more. All these elements can be enhanced by choosing the right photographic paper to print your photos on.
But what is the best way to set off different photos in the same album? Simple: by choosing the Multipaper option.
Its hot-melt binding and mixed papers allow you to create a product that is highly articulate in terms of both materials and creativity. The end result is an album that will arouse powerful visual and tactile sensations and give your customers that extra something they can really fall in love with.
How to combine photos with the best professional photographic paper
Let’s have a look at how you can mix different papers together to obtain really amazing results:
- Velvet Paper: the high matt finish of this paper reduces light reflection to a minimum, making it the perfect choice for a Fine Art result. Its colours are extremely faithful thanks to the delicacy of its velvety finish and it has a truly emotional texture. Black tones tend to darken on account of its high matt finish, while white remains pure. Velvet paper is ideal for representing artistic, romantic and delicate images.
- Metal Paper: the high gloss surface of this paper enhances contrasts and images saturated with colour and shades of black. Its glossy plastic coating is bold and reflective, whereas its matt plastic coating offers a stylish non-gloss finish, both of which provide a fantastic but subtle contrast to the images. Its pearly finish
tends to darken white slightly, while black tones becomes even richer thanks to the high degree of contrast. Metal paper is therefore ideal for energetic, elegant, powerful prints.
- Matt Paper: this paper’s semi-matt surface makes it an extremely versatile choice because it is ideal for representing most professional events. It has a very wide colour range that stretches from black to white in a well-balanced way and its finish reduces reflection which makes photos very pleasant to look at. Matt paper is perfect for representing classic, traditional, balanced images.