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A red this striking can sometimes be
difficult to print properly. I can remember
hating Kodak's Kodachrome transparency
material because of its response to red
wavelengths (it was so sensitive that red
objects appeared to stand out from the
film plane, almost in 3D), and red seems
to have been a troublesome layer in any
number of other film and print emulsions.
The latest pigment inks, the ones I now
use, can display these poppies with
something like their true intensity but without them popping out at you in 3D. Coupled
with the longevity of the best printing papers against fading, you can now have a proper
rendition of these stunning colours on your wall for 60-80 years before any hint of colour
change. Would that poppies themselves lasted as long, but they are undoubtedly best
seen in heart-breaking situ, round about 11th November each year.
A red this striking can sometimes be difficult to print properly. I can remember hating
Kodak's Kodachrome transparency material because of its response to red wavelengths
(it was so sensitive that red objects appeared to stand out from the film plane, almost in
3D), and red seems to have been a troublesome layer in any number of other film and
print emulsions. The latest pigment inks, the ones I now use, can display these poppies
with something like their true intensity but without them popping out at you in 3D.
Coupled with the longevity of the best printing papers against fading, you can now have
a proper rendition of these stunning colours on your wall for 60-80 years before any hint
of colour change. Would that poppies themselves lasted as long, but they are
undoubtedly best seen in heart-breaking situ, round about 11th November each year.
A red this striking can sometimes be
difficult to print properly. I can remember
hating Kodak's Kodachrome transparency
material because of its response to red
wavelengths (it was so sensitive that red
objects appeared to stand out from the
film plane, almost in 3D), and red seems
to have been a troublesome layer in any
number of other film and print emulsions.
The latest pigment inks, the ones I now
use, can display these poppies with
something like their true intensity but without them popping out at you in 3D. Coupled
with the longevity of the best printing papers against fading, you can now have a proper
rendition of these stunning colours on your wall for 60-80 years before any hint of colour
change. Would that poppies themselves lasted as long, but they are undoubtedly best
seen in heart-breaking situ, round about 11th November each year.

Poppies


For your own fine-art print of this picture:
A red this striking can sometimes be difficult to print properly. I can remember hating Kodak's Kodachrome transparency material because of its response to red wavelengths (it was so sensitive that red objects appeared to stand out from the film plane, almost in 3D), and red seems to have been a troublesome layer in any number of other film and print emulsions. The latest pigment inks, the ones I now use, can display these poppies with something like their true intensity but without them popping out at you in 3D. Coupled with the longevity of the best printing papers against fading, you can now have a proper rendition of these stunning colours on your wall for 60-80 years before any hint of colour change. Would that poppies themselves lasted as long, but they are undoubtedly best seen in heart-breaking situ, round about 11th November each year.          
Again, a double mount works well with this striking picture

Again, a double mount works well with this striking picture

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