Paper Chase PermaJet Titanium Lustre - part 3 of 1 2 3

by Mike McNamee Published 01/06/2013


The mono print was almost neutral in colour, just a few points blue to match the base white. The metamerism rose slightly to 2.45 CII (ΔEoo D65 to Tungsten A at 50% grey).

In the absence of any colour to attract the eye, the silver effect seems to be even further enhanced, it was certainly a distinctive-looking print, we liked it a lot.



Overall there is much to admire about Titanium, it is not for every use but it certainly gives quite a lift to an appropriate image and it looks like it will be a winner if current sales are anything to go by.

The only application we would be a bit wary of would be nature photography prints. This is a rather conservative genre, but you might just start a trend!

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