Ilford MultiGrade RC Deluxe Paper - Pearl


Size: 5x7
Sheets: 25
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Theo H. (Greenford, GB)
Very good introduction paper.

I recently learnt how to darkroom print (great fun!) and this was the paper they used, so I purchased some for future darkroom work. While I can't say that I have experimented with the full available range of darkroom papers, this paper was durable and very easy to handle. The pearl finish is perfect and subtle. The only reason that I have not given this paper 5 stars is because I am dubious about its performance for displaying art. If you just want to see how the image looks printed and add it to a portfolio box then this paper is perfect. However, if I wanted to make a darkroom print and get it framed for display, I think there are probably more premium papers that could be used. Nonetheless, great darkroom paper that I'll continue to use.

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Matthew D. (Maidstone, GB)
Great to handle and work with

I prefer the pearl finish to the gloss unless I'm doing portrait work really. But in either case a great all-rounder.

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gez (London, GB)
Great for big prints

This paper is versatile and has lots of latitude for a good dynamic range. I seem to get good contrast across the prints with this

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daniel c. (Londonderry, GB)
Dans Delight

If You Love The Art Of Black And WhitePhotography. This Is The One For You,,I know I do Daniel Cullen , Northern Ireland xx

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Jim W. (Sunderland, GB)
Ilford rc pearl

Nice matte finish paper, usual ilford quality, although worth bearing in mind the matt finish will reduce the brightness of the print compared to gloss

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