An exceptional state-of-the-art,
Silver Halide paper for making
direct digital prints

An exceptional state-of-the-art, silver halide paper for making direct digital prints from digital files, as well as optical prints from color negatives. This paper delivers enhanced color reproduction, superior image stability, and is optimized to work well in both digital and optical imaging systems.

Storage and handling
For optimum results, store unexposed paper at 13ºC (55ºF) or lower in the original package. You can store unexposed paper at 24ºC (75ºC) for up to 6 months and still achieve high-quality results. High temperatures or high humidity may produce unwanted changes.

To avoid moisture condensation on paper that has been refrigerate, allow it to warm up to room temperature before opening the package. For best results, remove the package from cold storage the day before your use it or allow the paper to warm up for the appropriate time.

Handle paper carefully by the edges to avoid creases and fingerprints.

Dark Room Recommendations
Handle this paper in total darkness. Be sure that your darkroom is light-tight. Eliminate any stray light from timers, LEDs, etc. Compu Pixel Professional paper is sufficiently sensitive to photographic process lighting (safelights) that sensitometric shifts may occur before D-min (fog) changes are seen.

Golden Watermark
This paper carries Golden Watermark which reads as follows: Compu Pixel Professional Paper, which will satisfy the needs and aspirations of professional and amateur customers.

This paper can be exposed in all types of automatic printers such as digital as well as analog.

Latent-image keeping
For best results, process the paper on the same day that you expose it. (If latent-image shifts occur, minimize them by keeping the time between exposure and processing as consistent as possible.)

Use RA4 chemicals for processing. Use a maximum drying temperature of 96ºC (205ºF).

Evaluate prints under light of the same color and brightness that you will use to view the final prints. For an average condition, use a light source with a color temperature of 5000 ± 1000K, a Color Referencing Index (CRI) of 85 to 100 (an index of 90 or higher is desirable), and an illuminance up to 500 lux. Fluorescent lamps such as a cool white deluxe lamp meet these conditions. You can also use a mixture of fluorescent and incandescent lamps. For each pair of 40watt cool white deluxe lamps, use a 75-watt frosted tungsten bulb.

Storage and display of prints
Despite the improvements in print longevity and fade neutrality, photographic dyes, like all dyes can change with time and exposure to sunlight, ultraviolet radiation, excessive heat, and high humidity. To help prevent changes in photographic dyes, follow these guidelines:

  • Illuminate prints with tungsten light whenever possible
  • Display prints in the lowest light level consistent with your viewing needs
  • If a print is expose to direct or indirect sunlight or fluorescent light, use an ultraviolet-absorbing filter (such as glass) between the light source and the print.
  • Keep the temperature and humidity as low as possible.
  • For prints displayed behind glass, maintain a slight separation between the prints and the glass.

Mounting  /  Laminating
Prints can be mounted using a contact type adhesive or cement for cold mounting. In addition, prints can be mounted or laminated using pressure sensitive materials with a roller mounting or laminating system. If the prints are to be displed behind glass, maintain a slight separation between the print and the glass. Mounting or laminating prints at high temperatures are not recommended.

Sizes Available
Compu Pixel Professional Paper is available in a variety or roll and sheet sizes. This paper is manufacture in the United Kingdom.


Color Papers


DNP CENTURIA PAPER Type A9 is designed to deliver prints with high quality finishes.


DNP CENTURIA Premium PAPER Type A9 is designed to deliver prints with high quality finishes.

DNP CENTURIA PAPER Type FD is specifically designed to obtain high quality prints.

DNP Centuria Premium Paper Type FD is specifically designed to obtain high quality prints optimized from digital.