Giclee is a term used to describe the spraying of the ink.
Why use Hahnemühle papers?
With the Hahnemühle paper contains special inkjet coatings that have been developed over a number of years. How long do the prints last?
There are basically two criteria for ageing: the paper and the print. All Hahnemühle papers are extremely resistant to ageing in compliance with DIN 6738 and offer the highest life expectancy of several hundred years. The permanence of the print, i.e. the colour adherence is ink dependent and with UV resistant inks (pigmented inks) can last for more than 100 years without degrading or yellowing.
Hanhhemühle Paper defined by:
Krista Lynn captured Canadian landscapes.