Other than Azo-What is your choice for 8 x 10 silver contact paper and developer?
Warmtone = Ilford Warmtone glossy
Nuetral/Cool = Kodak Polymax Fine Art, Forte Poly V, sometimes Ilford Multi IV - all glossy
All prints developed in Ansco 130 @21c 2 min
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If your going to be contact printing...why NOT use AZO? What do you have against AZO? It is truly the finest silver paper you can get.
I have contact printed on Kodak Velox before, but nothing even comes CLOSE to the prints on AZO.
If your going to the effort, time and care to shoot an 8x10 camera and produce an 8x10 negative to contact print, then why would you not want to produce the finest prints possible? That just boggles my mind.
I have nothing against AZO. Except that it is only available from someone on another continent. And that the AZO prints I have seen have (with very few exceptions) failed to overwhelm me, especially with regards to tonality.
I have contact printed on a wide range of papers and processes, and I don't believe that AZO gives "the finest prints possible".