Epson Legacy Platine Paper (8.5 x 11", 25 Sheets)

Epson Legacy Platine Paper (8.5 x 11", 25 Sheets)

Epson Legacy Platine Paper (8.5 x 11", 25 Sheets)

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Epson Legacy Platine Paper (8.5 x 11", 25 Sheets)

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Expected availability: End of May 2018

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  • 100% Cotton Fibre Base
  • Basis Weight: 314 gsm
  • Thickness: 17 mil
  • Brightness: 85%
  • Whiteness: 82%
  • No Optical Brightening Agents
  • Acid & Lignin Free
  • pH Buffered
  • Surface Finish: Smooth Satin
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Blending the traditional look and feel of a silver halide darkroom paper with a true 100% cotton fibre base, Epson's Legacy Platine Paper will help artists and photographers create vivid images with a wide color gamut and deep blacks. Available here as a 25-pack of 8.5 x 11" sheets, the smooth satin paper will provide a durable surface to work with, featuring a basis weight of 314 gsm and a thickness of 17 mil. Also, it forgoes the use of optical brightening agents to ensure longevity and as a side effect, provides a more natural color with a brightness of 85% and a whiteness of 82%. Additionally, it is acid & lignin free and pH buffered.

UPC: 010343921290
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  • 1Description
Material Cotton Rag
Basis Weight 314 gsm
Thickness 17 mil / 0.43 mm
Brightness 85%
Whiteness 82%
Single/Double-Sided Single
OBA Content No
Surface Finish Matte
Quantity 25 Sheets
Sheet Size (W x L) 8.5 x 11" / 21.6 x 27.9 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight 1.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.5 x 9.0 x 1.0"
Legacy Platine Paper (8.5 x 11", 25 Sheets) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from a paper for digital printing without brightening agents Epson has always had good paper, but to my knowledge they always contained a brightening agent (OBA) that has some archival longevity implications. This new Legacy Platine paper has a handsome look that emulates traditional darkroom paper. It looks to be made by Canson, based on the packaging materials. Similar to Canson's Baryta paper which I also use, with one difference: Epson Platine has a wonderful tooth to the back of the paper, compared to the Canson Baryta which has a more slippery surface. This Platine paper has a nice gloss on the front, but the back has a surface appropriate for penciled notes, signatures, edition numbers. I really prefer signing prints in pencil rather than ink, so this is great stuff for formal edition printing. Pricey, but can recommend without reservation.
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An outstanding Paper I have rediscovered Epson Papers I was blown away by the color fidelity and rich tones of the prints printed on the P800. I used this paper to print photographs from a recent Photo shoot and received nothing but positive feedback . Used all 25 sheets and I will be ordering more
Date published: 2016-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Platine paper great for printing B&W images While the Platine prints on my Epson printers use a printer profile for Premium Luster paper, it produces deeper B&W images than the good all around Premium Luster Epson paper. �The Platine paper provides a brighter, deeper result for B&W images than many other papers that I use. �It is a 17 mil paper, thicker than other less expensive Epson papers, and it provides a subtle texture that you don't see in the other satin finish paper on the market. �It is more expensive than the workhorse Epson Premium Luster paper, but it is worth the extra cost for many of your images.
Date published: 2018-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great paper Stunning! What you see is what you get from monitor to print, as long as you are calibrated and use proper profiles. Elegant paper. Highly recommended.
Date published: 2016-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Legacy Platine and Baryta papers As advertised, these papers have wonderful depth and richness, a good heft, rather like F papers in silver gelatin photography, which is what Epson intended. Epson Ultra Premium Luster, which I've been using up to now, is a resin-coated paper, i.e., it's basically plastic. The Platina and Baryta papers should be more archivally sound, and, indeed, the prints are richer than what I've been getting on Ultra Premium Luster. The Baryta paper is supposed to be slightly brighter than the Platina, but I can't really tell the difference. One trick, however, that I discovered accidentally: if you use the Baryta profile for Ultra Premium Luster, you get exactly the same richness--you won't be able to tell the prints apart, except by feel (thicker paper vs. thinner, and more slippery, resin-coated). I'll be using Ultra Premiuim Luster with the Baryta profile henceforth for most prints, and then Platina or Baryta for prints I want to mount.
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A notch above Exhibition Fibre Love this paper, tho I wish it were a bit cheaper. Weight and feel of the paper are fantastic. I seem to get slightly better prints with this paper on my Epson P800 compared to Epson Exhibition Fibre which has been my go-to paper for multiple shots. Color and B&W look fantastic.
Date published: 2017-08-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My favorite of the legacy line I love the new line of Legacy papers from Epson. They went big on this line but it is totally worth it. The packaging, the paper and quality scream 1st class. If you are going to print why not print on the best.
Date published: 2017-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful Paper Love the texture and it's color depth. New to the product, so I'll let you know later of its consistency. Worth a try.
Date published: 2016-12-22
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