This one is a no-brainer! Photo metallic inkjet paper is the clear choice for printing aviation photography. Its pearlescent reflective quality will enhance the sleek lines and metallic surfaces of aircraft.
High gloss papers are also a good choice as they enhance saturation and sharpness. Usually bright white, glossy paper reproduces the deep blues and stark whites of clouds and sky.
For extra protection from handling and fingerprints, consider using a bright white satin photo paper like 66lb. Arctic Polar Satin. You will get the same saturation and tonal depth as a gloss.
For photography of vintage aircraft, or if you want a fine art vibe from your prints, choose a fiber based baryta like San Gabriel SemiGloss Fiber. This type of paper looks and feels just like a darkroom print from the 1960's. Even better, it offers awesome saturation, tonal range, and black density.
Polar Gloss Metallic 255 is a truly unique inkjet paper that closely matches the look of photo lab metallic prints.
68lb. UltraPro Gloss prints vibrant colors and deep blacks with any inkjet printer. 10.4mil thickness gives your prints true photo lab quality. Compatible with any inkjet printer, this paper dries instantly for immediate quality and resistance to smears.
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If you print, you have to have UltraPro Satin in your paper inventory. It produces professional quality results and works with virtually any image. The UltraPro Satin looks and feels just like photo lab satin - a lightly textured surface that breaks up reflections and minimizes fingerprints.
Made from 100% cotton rag and featuring a lightly textured soft gloss surface, Palo Duro SoftGloss Rag fine art paper gives you the classic look of a darkroom photographic print with the performance of modern inkjet technology.