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The 8.5 x 11" GALERIE Prestige High Gloss Sample Photo Papers from ILFORD come in a pack of 5 sheets. These papers feature a glossy surface on a film base, creating the look of a metallic media. The dimensionally stable, tear- and crease-resistant base is coated with a proprietary inkjet receiving layer that offers a broad color gamut, instant drying, and vibrant colors with real depth.
These GALERIE Prestige high glossy papers are capable of creating eye-catching images with enhanced definition and extended tonal range for good quality, professional photo look. These nanoporous media papers are designed to provide images with a real photo look and finish, which are dry to touch directly after printing. These papers are designed for use with both desktop and wide-format inkjet printer systems using either aqueous dye or pigment inks.
Note: To achieve optimum results when using Smooth High Gloss media, the use of dye inks are recommended. If pigment inks are used they may lead to a matting of the surface in areas of high ink load. Some printers allow the use of gloss optimizers that can reduce this effect.
High gloss surface
Polyester film base
Professional quality inkjet
Good photographic image quality and consistency
Film based media for inkjet prints with an ILFOCHROME look
Compatible with all good quality pigment and dye based inkjet printers
Suitable for high-end photography and commercial presentations
Suitable for portraits, weddings, commercial portfolios, and exhibitions
Note:The life expectancy of the inkjet media is influenced by humidity, light, and the ink being used. At higher light levels or humidity, one should expect a shorter life expectancy than at a low light level or humidity. Some inkjet printer inks also offer poor stability when compared with others. When storing and handling prints at the extremes of the environmental range of <10 and >70% relative humidity, performance and permanence may be reduced. Print lifetimes will be significantly longer when using pigmented inks rather than dye based inks.