Oriental Seagull VCFBW DW Warmtone 8x10/25 Smooth Glossy

Oriental Seagull Select VC-FB Warm Tone Black & White Variable Contrast Double Weight Smooth Glossy Paper 8 x 10" 25 Sheets

Oriental Seagull Select VC-FB Warm Tone Black & White Variable Contrast Double Weight Smooth Glossy Paper 8 x 10" 25 Sheets

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Oriental Seagull VCFBW DW Warmtone 8x10/25 Smooth Glossy

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Oriental Seagull Select VC FB Warmtone is a variable-contrast paper that controls finished tones through the use of filters. It enables a wide range of grades, from 00 to 5, to be handled with one type of paper.

Seagull Select Warmtone is made using double-weight baryta paper, which has warm brown tones comparable to those of high-quality photographic-portrait printing paper.

UPC: 659096881262
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Oriental Seagull Select VC-FB Warm Tone Black & White Variable Contrast Double Weight Smooth Glossy Paper 8 x 10" 25 Sheets
  • 25 sheet box of 8 x 10" luster surface, variable contrast, fiber based paper
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    Oriental 18-FVCRW810-25 specs

    Paper Type Negative
    Base Type Fiber Base / Double Weight
    Surface Finish Glossy
    Contrast Multigrade
    Tone Warm
    Paper Handling Amber, Brown Filter (15 W Bulb)
    Quantity 25 Sheets
    Width 8" / 20.3 cm
    Length 10" / 25.4 cm
    Packaging Infosadxabdy
    Package Weight 1.15 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.0 x 9.6 x 0.5"

    Oriental 18-FVCRW810-25 reviews

    Seagull VCFBW DW Warmtone 8x10/25 Smooth Glossy is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 10.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Interesting new ultra-warmtone product This new reformulated version of VC Oriental Warmtone is unlike the old version. The paper developed cleanly and without edge fogging in Dektol. It is about the warmest paper I have tested with almost yellow/brown grays. The paper is very contrasty - #2 looks like #3. It responds very aggressively to selenium, rapidly shifting first to purple-brown then into red/brown in the shadow areas. Glossy has a beautiful heavyweight finish. Overall a very useful and interesting ultra-warmtone paper that is not a direct substitute for Ilford warmtone/Forte Polywarmtone or Agfa. Quality control not as good as Agfa or Ilford - one piece had undevelopable spots on the emulsion.
    Date published: 2009-05-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful product I use for Lith, wonderful colors...
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A good paper I recently did a side by side comparison of this paper with two other warm tone papers. This paper compares favorably with the Bergger Warm Tone. It is a bit less expensive. I felt it had a bit more snap, but that may be due to the fact that I printed this one second, and had tweaked the exposure a little. I will save a few bucks and buy this paper, but the Berrger was great too.
    Date published: 2008-05-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Stuff So far I have nothing but good to say about this paper. Provided you are printing from a good negative and your eyes aren't failing you etc,etc, I will almost bet you will agree that the warm tones and the nice subtle gradations within are worthy of some positive recognition. As well, the thickness of this fiber based paper is nice, yes, I know there is better out there on the market and opinions are many and varied, however, this is good stuff for the price.
    Date published: 2011-04-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from State of the Art Paper I use the Oriental Seagull warmtone paper when I have problem negatives because it gives the best tones. I like it because of the timeless classic look for my portraits. The emulsion is more sensitive than other papers, so I have to be careful when I am retouching it and careful not to use too hot a temperature when dry mounting it.
    Date published: 2014-07-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic paper, excellent for lith printing Really excellent paper; it has a way of rendering shadows with great depth but excellent clarity and detail. Seagull's cooltone is even more gorgeous in this regard, but the warmtone responds really well to toners, and is a fantastic lith printing paper. Thank the photo-gods, a current and fresh paper that works great with lith developer. But - at your usual dilutions, it prints visually similar to a straight lith print. Stronger dilutions (and more lith A) can bring more grit and the otherworldly contrast that lith is great for, so lots of control possibilities with this emulsion. It doesn't seem to deliver piles of color, and in my tests highly dilute developer is prone to random black spotting - but lith prints on this paper do tone fantastically, and the highlights really hang on in bleach and redevelopment processes. An all-around world-class paper. Bonus: fixes and washes extremely fast. In my tests, this paper washes in about half the time of many fiber papers.
    Date published: 2018-06-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nicely warm I've been watching for years for a replacement for Agfa's incredible Portriga Rapid. This isn't there, but it's closer than most. The emulsion color seems fairly close to Ilford and Bergger papers, but the base is a cream white, adding just a bit more warmth to the image.
    Date published: 2015-03-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent paper for lith It's a wonderful paper for lith printing. I never used this paper before-my favorite was Fomabrom 123, but it was discontinued. Recently I tried Oriental Seagull and I love it.
    Date published: 2018-08-05
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