Seventy years ago the late Brian Everette developed polyester and acetate sleeving for negatives, filing pages which allowed the film to be viewed or a contact print made without removing the strips. His filing systems extended into ring-binder albums and suspension files for labs and photo libraries covering all formats of neg and slide.
When the world went digital, the Javerette brand Brian founded moved forwards with CD/DVD presentation storage and minilabs - which still enjoy a good level of film-based business - use miles of in-line negative sleeving, print and negative pages.
But it’s the rise of inkjet printing for fine art and high-end photography which has seen a new demand for Javerette Clearfile pages. Galleries and studios put every print into a clear sleeve which protects it from handling, allowing customers to select from limited editions for framing, or simply take delivery of unmounted prints in a well-presented form.
More flexible clear front, paper backed sleeves are used to send finished prints to clients, to bag albums and books, prints in frames and for crafts. A full range of different sleeving and bag types and sizes allows photographers to stock of display and protection packaging which enhances the value of work and helps it reach the client in perfect condition.
The range can be seen on the Javerette website below
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