Beachy, colour desaturation. The colours are softer but the subject is just as clear and sharp as ever!
Generally pastel mood prints use are printed on a semi gloss Lustre paper (Kodak in Australia, Fuji Film in the USA). Its surface is slightly textured with a truly luxurious feel.
Natural, true to life colours of the actual day on the water.
Generally true colour prints use are printed on a glossy paper which offers the most vibrant colors with an ultra-smooth and highly reflective glossy finish on a professional true photo printing paper.
Bold colours and contrast. Extracting more life out of a lively scene.
Generally vivid mood prints use are also printed on glossy paper to showcase the vibrant colors. Occasionally, especially for sunrise and sunsets I might select a metallic paper instead to make those colours pop!
Black & White
Moody and bold. Aiming for dark blacks and bright whites with not a lot in between.
With black and whites I will typically choose a 100% cotton fine art paper. It has a rich finish and a vaste range of black inks are available. It’s the perfect choice, for high-contrast black and white prints.