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All prices can be found in the price list.

For larger quantities or special requests we will be pleased to make you an offer. Please note the minimum order quantities for A4, A3+ and A2 sheets.

Paper selection

We print on all of the almost 30 types of paper produced by Hahnemuehle. Below you will find a selection of the seven papers or canvases most popular with our artists.

Glossy Papers

Slightly warm-toned baryta paper for black and white and color photography

Satin-gloss surface, deep blacks. Natural white paper gives prints a very slight warm tone. For black and white photos in a classic look with a subtle chamois tone. Color photos get a bit of the look of 1970s prints, colors are reproduced a little warmer.

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Neutral white fine art paper for black & white and color photograph

Light gloss surface, very similar to baryta paper FineArt Baryta Satin, with minimal texture, deep blacks. Paper white neutral. Thus, unadulterated color reproduction, similar to the view on the monitor.

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Matte Papers

Matt and smooth. Cotton paper for printing graphics, digital art and reproductions

Smooth, velvety soft, and very finely textured surface with a strikingly silky feel, impressive reproduction of colors, details and very deep blacks.

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Matt and slightly textured. Fine cotton paper for graphics and facsimile.

The perfect paper for printing facsimile (look and feel close to the original). Subtle texture, minimal grain, slightly warm paper tone. For comparison: Photo Rag Ultra Smooth is smoother and whiter.

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Matt and finely textured. Heavyweight cotton paper for printing graphics, digital art and reproductions

Noble textured, very heavy cotton paper with fine felt structure. Less texture than German Etching. Natural white paper gives the print slightly warm tone

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Matt and textured. Mould-made paper for printing graphics, digital art and reproductions

Traditional mould-made copperplate printing paper, velvety tactile feel, fine but clearly defined felt structure. Paper white colder than Museum Etching

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Matt and heavily textured. Mould-made paper printing graphics, digital art and reproductions

Traditional mould-made watercolor paper, highly pronounced felt structure. Unique tactile feel and surface texture. Paper white similar to Museum Etching.

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Matt and low-weight. Natural white cellulose paper for photo or graphics application as well as for poster prints or photo books.

Smooth, very light textured paper, made of 100 % α-cellulose for daily printing. Pleasant warm tone whiteness. Can be cut easily due to its low grammage.

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Canvas

Canvas with a coarse canvas texture. Pictures look like painted.

Premium matt inkjet coating on natural white canvas. Aging resistant poly-cotton-mix. Coarse canvas texture that lends the surface a certain three-dimensional quality and feel, excellent reproduction of colors and details. Hahnemuehle Varnish Satin and mounting on a stretcher complete the work.

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Paper size

For paper size DIN A4, printing is done on sheet paper which is characterized by excellent flatness.  Your printing area will be centered on the sheet by us.

Maximum print size DIN A4

Minimum order quantity: 5

Please do not create the white border in your file, only the print area at 300 dpi. The white border will result.

White borders have a technically caused size or parallelism tolerance of up to 2 mm, measured to the paper edge.

For a later presentation in a passe-partout, we recommend a white border of 15 mm all around the sheet so that it can be fixed under the passe-partout. Please take this into account when defining your printing area. Please do not include this border either in your file.

For a subsequent mounting (e.g. on Alu-Dibond), it is recommended to add at least 6 mm bleed to each side of the printing area in addition to the final size already in the file (bleed allowance).

Example: If the final image size is 40.0 cm x 60.0 cm (e.g. size of the Alu-Dibond plate), the file must be at least 40.6 cm x 60.6 cm (printing area).

Please ask the respective mounting workshop for the exact specification of the bleed requested before printing.

For paper size A3+, printing is done on sheet paper which is characterized by excellent flatness.  Your printing area will be centered on the sheet by us.

A3+ is the optimal format for a 30 cm x 45 cm print area. A white margin of approx. 15 mm remains around the edges.

Maximum Print Size DIN A3+

Minimum order quantity: 2

Please do not create the white border in your file, only the print area at 300 dpi. The white border will result.

White borders have a technically caused size or parallelism tolerance of up to 2 mm, measured to the paper edge.

For a later presentation in a passe-partout, we recommend a white border of 15 mm all around the sheet so that it can be fixed under the passe-partout. Please take this into account when defining your printing area. Please do not include this border either in your file.

For a subsequent mounting (e.g. on Alu-Dibond), it is recommended to add at least 6 mm bleed to each side of the printing area in addition to the final size already in the file (bleed allowance).

Example: If the final image size is 40.0 cm x 60.0 cm (e.g. size of the Alu-Dibond plate), the file must be at least 40.6 cm x 60.6 cm (printing area).

Please ask the respective mounting workshop for the exact specification of the bleed requested before printing.

For paper size DIN A2, printing is done on sheet paper which is characterized by excellent flatness.  Your printing area will be centered on the sheet by us.

Maximum print size A2

Minimum order quantity: 2

Please do not create the white border in your file, only the print area at 300 dpi. The white border will result.

White borders have a technically caused size or parallelism tolerance of up to 2 mm, measured to the paper edge.

For a later presentation in a passe-partout, we recommend a white border of 15 mm all around the sheet so that it can be fixed under the passe-partout. Please take this into account when defining your printing area. Please do not include this border either in your file.

For a subsequent mounting (e.g. on Alu-Dibond), it is recommended to add at least 6 mm bleed to each side of the printing area in addition to the final size already in the file (bleed allowance).

Example: If the final image size is 40.0 cm x 60.0 cm (e.g. size of the Alu-Dibond plate), the file must be at least 40.6 cm x 60.6 cm (printing area).

Please ask the respective mounting workshop for the exact specification of the bleed requested before printing.

Print area sizes between 41.5 cm x 57.0 cm and 110 cm x 360 cm are printed on roll paper.

Maximum print size roll paper

A white border of approx. 0.5 cm to 10 cm remains around the printing area you have defined. For technical reasons, this can have a different width on each side. These white borders in the printing direction have a size or parallelism tolerance of up to 2.5 mm, measured to the paper edge. Image lengths can have tolerances of up to 0.3 % in the printing direction. There is no cutting by us included.

If you want a white minimum margin/border around the printing area when printing on rolls (e.g. for a later passepartout), please create this margin in the file. We do not set crop marks, unless you want them.

If the print is to be subsequently trimmed by us, please make all page lengths 2.5 mm longer than the final size (example: for a final size of 70.0 cm x 100.0 cm, the file must be created with 70.25 cm x 100.25 cm), including any white margins that may be required. Trimming marks are set by us. The cuts are made with a padded metal ruler and a Japanese knife or specially prepared roll cutters. We guarantee not to leave any marks on the paper with rulers or pressure bars.

Tolerances of up to 2 mm are possible when trimming roll paper. As a rule, we achieve very high accuracies. Additional costs are incurred for trimming, see page 2 in the price list.

For a subsequent mounting (e.g. on Alu-Dibond) it is recommended to add at least 8 mm bleed to each side of the printing area, in addition to the final size already in the file (bleed allowance).

Example: If the final image size is 100.0 cm x 150.0 cm (e.g. size of the Alu-Dibond plate), the file should be at least 100.8 cm x 150.8 cm (print area).

Please ask the respective mounting workshop for the exact specification of the bleed requested before printing.

File format

TIFF: without layers, without alpha channels, profile Adobe RGB (1998), 300 dpi, 8 bit

JPG: Profil Adobe RGB (1998) or sRGB IEC61966-2.1, 300 dpi

Black and white photography: TIFF, profile Adobe RGB (1998) with SW layer or profile Gray Gamma 2.2, 300 dpi

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