Giclee: - Pronounced Jee Clay, the word comes from the French for little squirt. Giclee prints are produced by high quality injet printers having a resolution of at least 1440 dpi. The quality and longevity of these prints can vary enormously depending on the papers and inks used.
Archival ink: - These are special inks which when used with the right sort of paper give ink jet prints a much longer life than normal inkjet inks, infact tests show the images with these inks far outlast normal photographic prints.
Archival paper: - Very stable papers which show great resistance to changes caused by light, in particular UV and have a ph balance which minimises reactions with inks.
Lysonic: - A brand of archival ink produced by Lyson.
Classic K: - A brand of very stable water colour style of archival paper designed for long lasting giclee prints. it is produced by Kentmere Photographic.