warm tone papergreenspun.com : LUSENET : Black_and_White_Photography : One Thread
Does anyone have any experience using the mid- grade warm tone paper by New Seagull(it may actually have a new name by now, I'm not sure)? What other warm tone papers do you recommend? Ektalure is too slow for me and I don't like the texture of Agfa MCC 118. I understand Kodak's polymax fine-art G is to be discontinued. Any suggestions?
-- Anonymous, March 01, 1997
Where did you hear that Polymax Fine Art G was to be discontinued and when?
-- Anonymous, March 09, 1997
Try Forte Elegance Poly Warmtone - use Zonal Pro developer - Try for an exposure that requires about 2-3 minutes in the developer - Excellent warmtone paper - takes well to Selenium toning (very quick toning)
-- Anonymous, March 30, 1997
I second the endorsement of Forte's Warmtone Polygrade paper. I have used Agfa's warmtoned developer and have been very pleased with the results. However, the paper is definately slower than your average cool to neutral toned paper by a good margin.
-- Anonymous, April 19, 1997