Ilford Harman Direct Positive Fiber Based (FB) Paper (8" x 10", Glossy , 25 Sheets) Zoom

Ilford Harman Direct Positive Fiber Based (FB) Paper (8" x 10", Glossy , 25 Sheets)

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SORRY, OUT OF STOCK 'Positive' Paper-No Need For a Negative Fiber Baryta Base 225 gsm Genuine Silver Gelatine Photo Paper Fixed Grade, High Contrast Slow ISO Speed (Around ISO 3) This is a 25 sheet box of Direct Positive Fiber Based (FB) Paper from Harman. It is a fun paper that can be used for many purposes. For the pinhole enthusiast, this paper is the answer to achieving a finished, positive print without the need of a traditional negative or inter-negative. This paper can also be used in large format photography or even when cut into small sheets for LOMO-type cameras. As a creative tool, Direct Positive Paper can be used in the creation of interesting photograms of everyday items. Just cut it up into whatever size you need and you're ready to make an exposure. Finally, you can also use this paper as a traditional printing paper using a negative. Multiple use paper for everything from pinhole to large format and LOMO photography Does not require the need for a negative Fully compatible with conventional black and white paper processing chemistry Available in a glossy surface (comparable to Ilford Multigrade IV RC Glossy) and a Luster surface (comparable to Ilford Multigrade IV RC Pearl) Fixed grade, high contrast paper (similar to Ilford Multigrade grade 3.5 - 4), but still capable of generating good tonal gradations when 'pre-flashed' during exposure stages Process Type Black & white chemistry Base Type Fiber based Tone Bright white base, with rich blacks Weight Medium weight, 225g/m2 Contrast Similar to Ilford Multigrade 3.5 - 4 Surface Finish Glossy Safelight Compatibility Unexposed paper must only be used with an Ortho (deep red) safelight such as the Ilford 906 that contains a 15W bulb or equivalent. Ilford advises that the light be a minimum of 1.2 m/4' from the paper at all times