Following several months of research and development, this years Photography Show welcomed the release of FB Mono Gloss Baryta 320, an inkjet paper produced with creating incredible monochrome prints in mind.
A unique addition to PermaJets popular Fibre Based range, Mono Gloss Baryta will excite darkroom printers with its barium sulphate layer which emulates the traditional silver halide paper - right down to the smell.
Combined with a unique glazed gloss finish, the result is a stunningly smooth surface that works hand in hand with black and white images, owed to its ability to produce rich blacks and smooth gradations throughout wide tonal ranges. Images will excel on this paper, leaping out in a line up for its superb clarity and pin-sharp detail.
Having been created with the most advanced paper production and coating technology to date ensures Mono Gloss Baryta has excellent ink absorption, sitting flawlessly on the top layer. The alpha cellulose, acid-free base has been buffered to enhance fade resistance, guaranteeing prints look just as good in the years to come.
Rod Wheelans, Professional Photographer and editor of PAGB e-news commented ''Mono Gloss Baryta has a pleasing, smooth looking surface. Upon testing it gave very clean blacks and sparkling whites, and the image looked crisper and better defined on Mono Gloss when comparing to other products. Im looking forward to using this in future for all my black and white prints that require a smooth surface.''
Although aimed at monochrome, PermaJet assure Mono Gloss Baryta is just as beautiful with colour work. Its unique appearance opens up a whole new way of presenting the best qualities of a printed image, bringing the excitement and beauty of the darkroom into the digital world.
To find out more or try this paper for yourself, visit www.permajet.com or call 01789 739200.
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You have 112 days until The Societies of Photographers Convention starting on Wednesday 17th March 2021