New Fine-Art Options For Panoramic Printing

Panoramic Boxes

There are few scenes as stunning as a beautiful panoramic landscape, but computer monitors rarely do them justice. Now, with Hahnemühle’s new panoramic format papers, there’s more motivation than ever before to print your panorama images in color or black and white. Choose Photo Rag 308 for a smooth, matte surface or Photo Rag Baryta if you prefer a glossy finish. Designed for a wide range of printers, including standard-sized models, sheets measure 8.27×23.38 inches. Available in mid-February, list prices for 25-sheet packs are $111 (Photo Rag 308) and $133 (Photo Rag Baryta); retail prices will, of course, be discounted. For more information, read the release below and, for ICC profiles, visit—Theano Nikitas

Announcing New FineArt Panoramic Formats

Present your landscapes and cityscapes in a perfect way – with the new panoramic formats from Hahnemühle. The sheet sizes in 21 x 59,4 cm (8.27″ x 23.386″) enable you to print your panoramic images in a straightforward manner. Because the width of the paper is only 8.27″ (21cm) most LTR size fine art printers will accommodate this format. 
You can choose between two fine art papers from our acclaimed Photo Rag range:
our matte-coated Photo Rag 308 and our high-gloss Photo Rag Baryta.
Photo Rag 308 is the most popular paper chosen by photographers to create high quality fine art prints. The fine, smooth surface and feel of Photo Rag 308 make this paper very versatile and it is ideal for printing both black and white and color photographs as well as art reproductions with impressive pictorial depth.
Photo Rag Baryta combines the virtues of a luxury cotton paper and a traditional baryta board. The very fine surface texture with the baryta gloss endows images with a particularly expressive character.
FineArt Panoramic formats at one glance:
  •  25 panoramic formats in sheet size 21 x 59,4 cm (8.27″ x 23.386″)
  • available in two fine art grades: Photo Rag 308 and Photo Rag Baryta
  • offers the possibility to print panoramas with smaller format printers