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Hahnemühle Platinum Rag Fine Art Paper (8 x 10", 25 Sheets)

BH #HAP810SS25 • MFR #10 647 103
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Hahnemühle Platinum Rag Fine Art Paper (8 x 10", 25 Sheets)
Key Features
  • For Platinum & Non-Traditional Processes
  • Uncoated 100% Cotton Rag Base
  • Basis Weight: 300 gsm
  • Natural Bright White
As an uncoated fine art paper, Platinum Rag from Hahnemuhle is ideal for platinum printing as well as a variety of other non-traditional photographic printing techniques, such as palladium, Van Dyke, cyanotype, and salt prints. Available here as a 25-pack of 8 x 10" sheets, the naturally bright white paper offers a basis weight of 300 gsm and is made from 100% cotton fiber. It is acid free with no optical brightening agents and is free from alkaline buffering. This makes it easy to coat and clear.
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Hahnemühle 10 647 103 Overview

As an uncoated fine art paper, Platinum Rag from Hahnemuhle is ideal for platinum printing as well as a variety of other non-traditional photographic printing techniques, such as palladium, Van Dyke, cyanotype, and salt prints. Available here as a 25-pack of 8 x 10" sheets, the naturally bright white paper offers a basis weight of 300 gsm and is made from 100% cotton fiber. It is acid free with no optical brightening agents and is free from alkaline buffering. This makes it easy to coat and clear.

This paper is capable of displaying images with an excellent tonal range and very deep blacks. The smooth, slightly textured surface is also pleasant to touch and being an uncoated paper is able to be printed on the front or back.

Hahnemühle 10 647 103 Specs

General
Dimensions8 x 10"
Physical
DimensionsNot Specified by Manufacturer
WeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)16.7 x 8.15 x 0.55"

Hahnemühle 10 647 103 Reviews

Best Paper for Cyanotypes

By Michael
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-09

High quality, smooth paper with a weight/gsm that holds up very well given the numerous washes required for me to produce the prints I make.

A good stand by

By Jacqueline
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2019-11-22

I always get consistent results with this paper. I use it for cyanotypes. It holds the chemicals well and doesn't fade or wash away. I prefer Cranes or Arches paper but when I don't have it available, this is the next best thing. B&H shipping wasn't great with packaging this. It was stuffed into a box where It couldn't be removed without ripping up the box. Of course, it was all warped with all four edges crumbled. It rendered it unusable.

Not sure why people like it so much...

By Martin
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2018-12-24

I picked up a pack of these because they seem to always get rave reviews from everyone. Now that Ive gone through about half of it, Im bewildered... Seriously, this paper isnt so great! Heres the problem; whatever sizing they use on it is way too hard. You have to waste many coats of chemical on it to get enough soaked in to get a good image. Ive tried this paper with Cyanotype, Kallitype, and Argyrotype. I got pretty good results with Kallitype if I put AT LEAST two coats of chemical on it. This feels like a waste compared to Arches Platine which prints just fine with one coat and is about the same price all things considered. Cyanotype is the same story; have to really soak it in the chemical to avoid splotchiness and ugly brush marks - one coat of Cyanotype is no problem with Arches Aquarelle and Fabriano Artistico. It seems unusable with Argyrotype...not one good print. Extra coats is more than just wasted chemical, its wasted time. This paper wastes my time with having to do extra steps and extra waiting for things to dry. I can only imagine the pain for Platinotype printers who would have to waste twice as much precious expensive chemical to get a good looking print. Ive been doing these prints just fine on Arches and Fabriano and Bergger paper, then I try this Hahnemuhle stuff and my process is thrown for a loop and Im having to fight with everything... Compared head-to-head, Bergger COT320 is superior in every way at nearly the same price. Are all the positive reviews from people who just use this stuff in an inkjet printer?

Great product

By Ernest
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-10-03

Extremely bright white paper and tough enough to stand the necessary multiple washings

Very nice and durable paper

By Aaron
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-04-28

I used this paper for salt printing and it has been perfect.

A new favorite for platinum printing

By Larry
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-10-26

This new paper has a smooth finish and prints beautifully.

great for alternative printing

By Michael
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-04

I have used this for palladium printing. I find that to get good results I have to use more developer than originally recommended. I think this paper is fairly thick and absorbs a lot of the sensitizer. The results do look good, but certainly good to think about the slight extra quantity of sensitizer you may need to use. I find also the images are quite warm-tone, but that is also the nature of a palladium print.

Fantastic Paper!

By Larry
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-28

My “go to” paper for alt processes.

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Can you make digital prints on this paper? Does it have a profile?
Asked by: Kathleen
With coated papers (aka papers with sizing), the coating is the one that controls absorption of the ink and prevents bleeding and smearing. In some cases, you can indeed inkjet print on uncoated papers, but most manufacturers will not produce ICC profiles for them as it is not an intended use for them. In the case of this Hahnemuhle rag, it's highly likely that you will not get the best results printing on this with an inkjet printer unless you are able to control ink load. Even if you are able to prevent bleed, you will probably also see reduced contrast and saturation, as well as crushed blacks.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-04-20

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With the great reviews for this product. Has anyone tried using this in non hand coated processes? Specifically Bromoil transfers?
Asked by: Anonymous
I am sorry that I only do platinum printing.
Answered by: YONGRAN Z.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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