Loose prints are printed on matte paper using archival inks. They are guaranteed to last up to 100 years if stored out of direct sunlight. That’s a pretty solid product for being so cost-effective.
In case you don’t know the difference between matte and glossy paper, matte paper doesn’t show fingerprints, whereas glossy does. You also lose more details when printing on glossy, whereas details are sharper with matte paper, without much of the glare that comes with a glossy print. These are the main reasons I suggest matte paper for my clients' prints.
Loose prints come in a variety of sizes, from wallet to 24x36 inches. Since these prints aren’t mounted they can be displayed in albums or framed. You could also let them lay around loose and flip through them from time to time.
When I work on your images, I have my monitor calibrated to my favorite professional print labs to ensure the colors on my screen match as closely as possible to the colors on your prints.
With no additional mounting or framing, loose prints are the most cost-effective print you can invest in. At the same time, they’re versatile and easy to handle. You can’t go wrong with loose prints.
Contact T2S photography to set up your session and add a few loose prints to your order!