26th February 2015
I have been asked many times what paper I use and why. Well most people know by now that I exclusively use Canson Infinity Digital and Fine Art papers - purely on the basis of quality and consistency.
Having been introduced to Canson Infinity Digital Fine Art and Photo papers some four years ago I quickly became convinced of the quality of the range. I have used Canson Infinity papers for all my printing and have garnered many awards in international photographic exhibitions including top monochrome and colour print awards in over ten exhibitions. Some of my favorite papers include Platine Fibre Rag, Baryta Photographique, BF Rives and Arches Aquarelle Rag. I would recommend Canson Infinity Digital Fine Art and Photo papers without hesitation.

The history of Canson® dates back to the year 1557 when Canson® was founded.
In 1865, Canson® was granted an international patent for the improvement of albumen paper, the first commercially exploitable method of producing a photographic print on a paper base from a negative. This patent simplified the photo printing process, improved the quality of the print, while making the process less expensive.
In 1892, Canson® earned a "Diplôme d’Honneur", the top award at the International Photography Exhibition.

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