We come across terms such as “Fine art”, “museum-quality”, “archival-quality as we explore the world of photo printing, but what does it mean? With over 30 years of printing experience in making “Fine Art Prints”, Peter will explore what it takes to create museum quality prints. The magic of creating “Fine art Prints” is found in a combination of the paper it’s printed on and the inks used to print it. Not all inkjet printers are created equal, nor are the fine art papers. The type of fine art paper you choose for your print will also make a difference to the appearance of your print. Since 1584, Hahnemühle has been recognized for creating some of the most sought-after art surfaces in the world. This presentation will showcase a large range of Hahnemühle medias such as the Natural line, the Matt Smooth and textured, Gloss and the all-new Sugar Cane.