Name Amon First

Impression jet d'encre pigmentaire

These various media and their receiving layers make it possible to obtain prints which look like traditional photos (Baryta or multilayer papers) and explore new possibilities in terms of effects which are traditionally closer to those of artwork (through the use of pure cotton paper). The use of Japanese papers (in the pure cotton paper family), for example, provides totally new images in creative photography. Appropriate combinations of inks, printer, printing software and paper will optimise the quality of the prints from an aesthetic point of view and improve their stability over time. For instance, the Digigraphie® label applies to prints produced on Epson inkjet printers using Epson Ultrachrome pigmented inks and approved papers.

Visual glossary of photographic techniques © ARCP / Mairie de Paris, 2014

Images from the top:
Romain, Les jardiniers de la Cité des Arts, Diptyque, impressions jet d’encre pigmentaire, 2014 © Mathilde Geldhof / FMAC, 2014
Détail agrandi sur l’un des yeux de « Romain », © ARCP / Mairie de Paris / Jean-Philippe Boiteux, 2014
Détail agrandi x8

We use cookies to enable this website to function, to make it more user friendly and to offer you products and services tailored to your interests. Please note that by using this site you are agreeing to the use of cookies.For further information about cookies and how to manage them, click here.