Hahnemühle Product Previews at The Photography Show

Hahnemühle’s stand at The Photography Show will be the platform for a number of exciting new product introductions for digital printing fans. Visitors to the show will be the first in the UK to see a special preview of these new items:

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Hahnemühle UK - The Photography Show

Hahnemühle at The Photography Show 2014

As the leading manufacturer of digital fine art papers, Hahnemühle will be exhibiting at The Photography Show to present the best in digital inkjet media and accessories. “In addition to our existing world renowned fine art papers, we will also be making The Photography Show our stage for launching some innovative new products, including the…

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Hahnemühle UK - The Photography Show

Hahnemühle at The Photography Show 2014, plus ticket raffle!

As the leading manufacturer of digital fine art papers, Hahnemühle will be exhibiting at The Photography Show to present the best in digital inkjet media and accessories. “In addition to our existing world renowned fine art papers, we will also be making The Photography Show our stage for launching some innovative new products, including the…

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Neill Watson printing

A journey into first time printing on Hahnemühle inkjet paper

Photographer and writer Neill Watson recently began printing his own work for the first time on Hahnemühle paper. He was pleasantly surprised by the results he achieved and the simplicity of the process. Here, he kindly shares the details of his experience with us…..

“It surprised many people recently to find that I’m actually quite new to printing my own work. As a commercial and editorial photographer, the vast majority of my images are delivered not in a heavy duty card tube, but via FTP, DropBox or a DVD. Very often, the first time I see my images ‘in action’ are in automotive publications, on trade stand exhibitions or on corporate websites. So when The Signature Store contacted me with the idea of a limited edition print, signed by Sir Stirling Moss, I knew that simply hitting ‘Control+P’ wasn’t going to cut it.

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