thank you for helping getting the word out. I'd like to see other people start using this stuff so the availability of cut sheets increases.
I ordered some 810 sheets yesterday--they said they can cut it in other sizes so i'm asking for 11x14 sheets--if you want the other sizes, email them and ask them to cut it up and theyll make put it online for you and everyone else.
I've used this stuff--it's pretty interesting. EI=25 for paper negatives--VERY high contrast
which is why I've found it's best used as EI=12 for direct positive reversal process--look for my other posts on it. It gives a very dramiatic portrait and has about 3 stops faster speed than the ilford direct positive paper. AND it's panchromatic too--which is a good and a bad--you need to handle this stuff in total darkness.
This is the closest thing to photobooth paper that's out there.
color negatives? that color cast in the film--the orange--may give it problems--it may be good for making positives from slides.Then again, that orange may tame the contrast down a bit too. never tried it in the darkroom for printing.
This stuf is more like panchromatic film than traditional darkroom color printing paper.
check ilford's website for what this stuff really is: ilford galerie digital silver paper (RC)--they have exposure information and spectral sensitivity charts on ilford's website.
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