From photo paper to wood and stones. It has the iconic permanent ink that dries quickly while being water and fade resistant. The ultrafine comes from the tip that makes exact marks with great precision.
1. Write on the back of the photo with a soft pencil. Whenever possible, use a soft pencil to write information on the back of a photograph (including who is in a photograph, the date it was taken, the occasion it was taken, and the place it was taken (although the information is never owned by be separated from the photos). Image).
These premium fade-resistant pens are ideal for laboratory and research environments, professional writing and calligraphy applications, and much more.
Dye inks produce their richest colors on gloss and luster papers, while pigment inks work best on matte and fine art papers. The smooth, glossy surface of glossy photo paper makes details appear sharp and colors appear vivid.
Acid-free archival pens
Acid-free archival pen ink lasts 100 years compared to regular ballpoint ink which can fade very quickly and damage the paper and accelerate its deterioration .
The Uchida DecoColor liquid pen was by far my favorite pen in the test for signing all types of prints. It works on canvas, photo paper prints (even glossy!), glass prints, metal prints, and pretty much anything else you throw at it. Most of the pens in the test didn’t stand a chance on glossy surfaces.
Sharpie pens are great for taking notes, writing letters, making cards, journaling and more. These high-quality pens deliver archival, acid-free ink for all types of office, school and craft work.