Album Paper Types
We only use the best lay flat rigid 800g/m² paperweight Fuji Silk (lustre finish) & Fuji Pearl (metallic finish) Crystal Archive Digital papers which have images
exposed onto them with Silver Halide Noritsu HD technology.
Fuji Silk paper is a half-matte paper with a texture resembling that of a fine honeycomb. Very resistant to fingerprints and scratches.
With rich, sharp colour reproduction. Fuji Silk paper gives your album images a soft classic look but not as contrasty as a gloss finish.
Fuji Pearl is a glossy type paper. Pearl-like crystals give silver halide colour prints a specific luster, creating a distinctive pearl-like appearance (metallic).
A wide tonal range allows to produce prints with rich textured quality.
These two paper types can be mixed together in one album.
Fuji Silk or Fuji Pearl Paper - minimum 5 spreads (10 pages) up to maximum 40 spreads (80 pages) in one album.