p2Advanced Black and White Materials PGY 2404C

p2Advanced Black and White Materials PGY 2404C - Advanced...

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Advanced Black and White Materials PGY 2404C Fiber paper: Unlike RC (resin coated) paper, fiber paper is made of paper pulp and does not incorporate developer in the emulsion. Another difference is that the silver content of the paper is much higher, resulting in better tonal range and depth. Also, the surface of the paper is not protected by a resin coating. Use care when handling fiber paper, as it will tear and ding more easily. Warm Tone versus Cold Tone: Some papers have different emulsion types resulting in a greener/brown tone(warm) or a blue/cyan tone(cold). Some warm tone papers have an off white, cream, or pure white base. This effects the highlight areas of the print and how we perceive the "color" of the black and white paper. The choice is purely a personal preference. Both types are very high quality. Processing: Because fiber paper has no built in developer, it requires more time in the development bath tray. Most papers take 2 to 5 minutes. -Stop bath is the same.
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course PGY 2404c taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '11 term at Santa Fe College.

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