Ilford Multigrade FB Warmtone Paper (Semi-Matt, 16 x 20" , 50 Sheets)

Ilford Multigrade FB Warmtone Paper (Semi-Matt, 16 x 20" , 50 Sheets)

Ilford Multigrade FB Warmtone Paper (Semi-Matt, 16 x 20" , 50 Sheets)

B&H # ILMGFW1650SM MFR # 1884584
Ilford Multigrade FB Warmtone Paper (Semi-Matt, 16 x 20" , 50 Sheets)

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  • For Traditional Black & White Printing
  • Baryta-Coated Fiber Base
  • Delivers Seven Full Grades of Contrast
  • Double Weight, 255 gsm
  • Warm Tone, Warm White Base
  • Responds Well to Toning
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Multigrade FB Warmtone Paper from Ilford is a traditional black and white fiber-based printing and enlarging paper characterized by a warm white base, receptiveness to various toners, and a sturdy double-weight, 255 gsm thickness. The creamy, off-white base color produces rich, warm black tones and smooth whites and is compatible with the Multigrade system of filters for seven full grades of contrast adjustment. It is suitable for use with both conventional black and white negatives as well as XP2 Super chromogenic negatives.

This item is one box of 50 sheets of 16 x 20" paper featuring a semi-matt surface finish.

UPC: 019498884580
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Paper Type Negative
Base Type Fiber Base / Double Weight
Basis Weight 255 gsm
Surface Finish Luster
Contrast Multigrade
Tone Warm
ISO P200
Paper Handling Amber, Brown, Green, Yellow-Green Filter (15 W Bulb)
Quantity 50 Sheets
Width 16" / 40.64 cm
Length 20" / 50.8 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight 9.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 21.3 x 17.5 x 1.1"
Multigrade FB Warmtone Paper (Semi-Matt, 16 x 20" , 50 Sheets) is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Warmtone paper is blacker than expected The product is quite contrasty, full warm tones can only be acheived through sepia toning. Selenium toning tends to give image a very dark brown in highlights with little obvious gradation in under tones.
Date published: 2008-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ilford WT paper tones beautifully I wanted a slightly blue tone, and a stable one. Using this paper with Warm Tone developer, an then toning in a Gold Toner produces a beautiful subtle blue tone to the printed image, while making it archival at the same time. The toning can take a while, depending on the Brand of toner, so you can expect it to take up to 45 minutes. But definitely worth it.
Date published: 2014-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love it! This is the only paper I use for my fine-art photography. I love the subtle warmness of the tones. The blacks are rich, and the whites are creamy. There is nothing I dislike about this paper, except maybe the price.
Date published: 2011-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My new favorite paper Beautiful smooth tones. Beautiful surface. I use it with a nutral developer so I get just a hint of warmth. Toned in sepia and it's a different look. I still prefer the ART 300 for hand coloring.
Date published: 2014-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What else can I say I LOVE THIS PAPER I love this paper because it brings out on paper what I see
Date published: 2009-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the price I used it to make large prints for a class. 16x20. So which paper to choose was a major issue. I wanted something that would tone well and a surface that would be good for painting, selective bleaching and tinting. A blasted fire alarm revealed a huge strobe light hidden in the darkroom. A print was in the developer. I washed and saved that print. Outstanding velvet black matte surface, so I was convinced I made a good choice. It is expensive, but you can get the same paper in 8x10 to use for proofs and test strips. I wish the box were deeper, there is little overlap and you have to be super careful about trusting just the box and not keeping all sheets in the black bag inside even for short periods in the darkroom. If the white lights come on the box alone even well closed may not protect the sheets not inside the black plastic bag provided. You also have to be careful about those dark yellow safelights they recommend for multigrade paper. The longer development times for fiber based paper can lead to fog in the tray if you are not very careful. Testing is recommended to determine safe exposure time to your safelight and if you need to reduce the exposure. It seems to be an easy paper to fog. The 6 inch filters from Ilford worked very well with this paper.
Date published: 2012-05-13
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