The Canson® Infinity photo paper range has been developed for art photo prints to ensure a high-end result. These products are ideal for displaying works at exhibitions in art galleries or museums.
In fact, several high-profile names in French photography have signed partnerships with Canson® Infinity.
 

Studio Harcourt works with Canson Infinity

 
Does the famous Studio Hardcourt need any introduction? Many celebrities have visited the studio to have their portrait taken. Black and white prints with their unique lighting... the studio has a genuine signature which is now decades old.
For studio printing, studio professionals use Canson® Infinity Semi-Brillants Baryta Photographique 310gsm   paper or Platine Fibre Rag 310gsm . An element which adds to the feelings experienced in front of a Harcourt portrait.
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Canson® Infinity works with museums and photo festivals

 
The Nicéphore Niépce museum in Chalon-sur-Saône looks back at the history of photography since its invention. It is located in the hometown of its inventor. This renowned photography centre also uses French stationery. Some of the museum's exhibitions are printed on Canson® Infinity paper as well as products in its shop.
 
Lastly, Canson® Infinity has also been a partner of the Photomed Mediterranean photography festival for the last 6 years. Artists' works are printed on Rag Photographique 310gsm paper and Photo Lustre Premium RC 310gsm  to enhance the photographs which on show to the public.
The Canson® brand has been the artists' brand for many years. French stationery has adapted to new modes of expression including photography and the modernisation of printing techniques to ensure that it always showcases the emotions and imagery shared by artists.
 
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