Sihl Master Class for testing

To facilitate the selection photographer of the photo paper, Sihl now offers sample packages of the Master Class Photo and artist media.

Which paper is best suited for what motive? The answer to this question is easiest if the user can try different types of media itself to your printer. Feel, surface properties and image effects associated can be compared to the best.
The paper manufacturer Sihl first time provides for sample packages of its Master Class-Medien on. Users can choose between two different collections, each with 12 sheets of A4 size: The sample pack "Glossy / Silk & Satin" contains the papers with high gloss and semi-gloss surfaces, while in Sample "Pack Black & White / Creative Art" Barite -, canvas and cotton qualities are. Of each grade 3 sheets are included. Both tasting packages are available now in Online store of Sihlfor 12.95 euros (Glossy / Silk & Satin) or 14.95 euros (Black & White / Creative Art) available.

Product Description Sihl

For friends of gloss or semi-gloss surfaces Sihl summarizes the papers of the product Familen Glossy and Silk & Satin in a kit together:

  • Metallic Pearl High Gloss Photo Paper 290 (4840)
  • High Gloss Photo Paper 330 (4841)
  • Luster Photo Paper 300 (4844)
  • Luster Photo Paper Duo 330 (4845).

The second sample pack includes the Artists Media commodity group Black & White and Creative Art:

  • Satin Baryta Paper 290 (4848)
  • Mattphoto Canvas 400 (4851)
  • Smooth Matt Paper Cotton 320 (4852)
  • Textured Matt Paper Cotton 320 (4853).

Product information Sample Pack Glossy / Silk & Satin:
The High Gloss Photo Paper 330 (4841) provides a high gloss surface with excellent resolution for crisp playback and fine details. This paper enjoys extremely homogeneous surface with a pristine gloss. The Metallic Pearl High Gloss Photo Paper 290 (4840) is characterized by a unique, fascinating pearly which engages especially in the middle range of tones ranging in the bright, delicate tones. With a lot of depth not only shiny subjects, but also skin tones shine.
The photo papers MASTER CLASS Silk & Satin family own a high quality, semi-gloss surface. Whether laminated, framed or presented Luster Photo Paper 300 (4844) and the Luster Photo Paper Duo 330 (4845) always make for an attractive appearance. Its most striking features are the universal application possibilities - also in terms of further processing - and the special microporous coating with which top marks in all major image parameters - can be achieved - as gray balance and color space. Serious amateurs and wedding photographers appreciate the double-sided printable version for photo books.

Product information Sample Pack Black & White / Creative Art:

The satin Baryta Paper 290 (4848) an ideal combination of the haptics, the authenticity, and durability of traditional baryta papers with modernster inkjet technology. Finest Lichternuancierungen and dense blacks delight any viewer. The heavy Sihl MASTER CLASS Mattphoto Canvas (4851) has the optimum material properties for the best inkjet prints on linen and a long shelf life. It is coated on one side and matt is based on a more finely woven polyester-cotton material. The homogeneous, almost closed 2: 1 structure facilitates the perfect finishing.
The Smooth Matt Paper Cotton 320 (4852) provides a very homogenous surface while the Textured Matt Paper Cotton 320 (4853) can be easily structured. Both MASTER CLASS papers consist of acid-free art paper and are ideally suited for color and black and white prints which have a long shelf life (depending on the ink up to 200 years) and optimal archiving ability. The heavy and refined with a specific matte coating Creative art papers made from 100% cotton fibers. Due to the excellent color saturation, excellent contrast rendition and high maximum density optimum printing results are achieved.

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John Wilwerding

John Wilwerding has thus collected in the mid-eighties and before the advent of Photoshop & Co. experience in the digitization of photos and in electronic image processing. Since 2001 he has been a freelance media designer and since 2005 worked for the DOCMA magazine.

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