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Product Spotlight: Hahnemühle Baryta Photo Rag

Shop Duggal offers a wide variety of photo papers to choose from when you are ordering your photo prints online. In this quick read, we’ll take a look at one of the most popular picks, Hahnemühle Baryta Photo Rag.

This elegant photo paper is made by the German company, Hahnemühle, one of the most storied paper manufacturers in the world. Founded in 1584, Hahnemühle is credited with the invention of fine art inkjet papers.

“Painters, graphic artists and designers, illustrators, printers, photographers, advertising experts, archivists, bookbinders, art students, scientists, engineers and lab assistants – they all use papers and cardboards by Hahnemühle,” the company says on its website. “For each of them, paper is a natural working appliance that has to meet high standards for different reasons. With Hahnemühle papers, our customers emphasize the features when it comes to art and fine-art printing and the safe and reliable results in the technical area.”

Baryta Photo Rag, in particular, is described by Hahnemühle as “a pure cotton paper with an inkjet coating that has been perfectly optimized for the needs of fine art applications.” More from their website:

“The natural white paper comes in a pleasant, warm shade of white and contains no optical brighteners. The exquisite surface texture gives the paper a lovely, delicate feel while at the same time lending it an artistic note. In combination with the high-gloss premium inkjet coating, it produces stunning print results with outstanding reproduction of colour and detail, deep blacks and perfect contrasts.”

The acid-free, age-resistant Baryta Photo Rag has a noticeably soft felt texture, with a subtle sheen and no glare. It’s just one of the many high-quality photo papers available at Shop Duggal. Order your sample box today!

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