Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer
A VC paper will give you a different contrast image based on the color of the object being photographed. Therefore, you should not use a VC paper as a paper negative unless you want to see the odd effects it can produce.

It is best to use a graded paper and select the desired contrast of graded paper. Most papers today are orthochromatic.

What would happen if I used my VC gel filters in front of the lens/pinhole while using a VC paper? Other than reducing the effective ISO speed, could I produce different contrast negatives?