Irvine, California – Photographers who have a problem with finding pre-cut 5×7 sheets for event photography can now benefit from Finestra’s fantastic media. Standard photo sizes are available in Glossy, Luster, Pearl, Metallic, and Smooth Fine Art. Finestra’s products are also available in rolls and standard computer industry sizes like 8.5×11, 17×22, etc. To coincide with the official launch, Finestra Art is offering 25 percent off of all purchases made on the company’s website through August 15, 2012. To get the savings customers must use the code: gofinestra at checkout on all orders through August 15.
Advantages of Finestra Art’s Inkjet Media are:
* New coating technology for higher D-Max and extended print life
* Pigment and Dye compatible for use with the widest variety of printers
* Standard photo sizes so photographers can print full bleed with no need for trimming
* Unique surface types available: Gold & Silver Metallic to provide a competitive advantage
* A full line of roll media and computer industry std. sizes so all our customer needs are met
The way Finestra’s standard photo sizes benefits today’s photographer is very simple, the user just loads the sheet size they want, presses print and in a few moments a print is ready. No trimming or trying to keep the print from curling while the print is curing. Finestra’s products are available now starting from $20 and can be purchased directly from the Finestra Art website and select dealers.
“We are thrilled to be bringing these products to market and we know photographers are going to love the convenience and outstanding products we are offering,” said Bill Hojreh, President of Finestra Art.
“I’ve long wondered why the industry doesn’t market standard photo sizes, especially since most desktop inkjet printers can print standard photo sizes full bleed out of the box. I have been using custom cut sheets for this purpose for years and am happy to have been able to be a part in making these products and sizes readily available to others.” , said Bryan Linden, Director of Product Development and Artist in Residence, Finestra Art.
According to John Pannozzo, President Colorbyte Software, “We are happy to announce that profiles for Finestra Art’s products have been added to ImagePrint 9, our RIP program for PC and Mac so our customers can easily select from any of Finestra Art’s papers or canvases. Our software is used by many of today’s top photographers to easily layout and print images with maximum control and stunning results.”
Finestra Art looked into the requests of several event, wedding and commercial photographers and created products that would make their lives easier and/or better as related to producing prints. That’s why their Luster, Pearl and Glossy papers are thicker than most competitive brands. Their all new coatings deliver blacker blacks, richer colors, and prints made on Finestra Art paper will last up to several lifetimes. Finestra Art’s personnel has a history of knock your socks off service and support, and many top photographers are already enjoying the Finestra Art advantage, “Finestra Rocks!!!”
Finestra Art, an emerging leader in the inkjet media industry founded in 2012, is a wholly owned division of H.Co. Computer Products, Inc. a computer electronics company that has been an industry leader since its inception in 1987. Finestra Art’s wide range of media types: Resin Coated Papers, Fine Art Papers, Metallic Papers, and Canvas products meet or exceed other products in the market and are backed by the same great service and support that has made H.Co. A leader since 1987. A complete line of cut sheet product in computer industry standard sizes, photo industry standard sizes and a large selection of roll products is available now. The new Finestra Art division will continue to produce media and other products that can benefit today’s busy photographer and graphic artist. To reach Finestra Art for products and additional information, visit Finestra Art online. Copyright (C) 2012 Finestra Art. All Rights Reserved. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.