5.1 D 019
67, rue Louis et Laurent Seguin
Innovation, Quality and Charater
In 1865, Canson® was granted a patent for a system that simplified the photo printing process and improved the quality of black tones whilst making it less expensive. This invention was rewarded at the International Photography Exhibition of 1892.
Canson® has retained its spirit of innovation by combining centuries of papermaking experience and technically advanced coatings to produce the new benchmark for today’s demanding print reproduction marketplace. The unique character of Canson® photographic paper has been used and adopted by the pioneers of photography since the 1850’s : Louis Désiré Blanquart-Evrard, Gustave Le Gray, Henri Le Secq...
Canson® favours the use of natural minerals and the purest materials to offer you age-resistant inkjet papers.
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