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Fomatone MG Fiber Paper is a photographic paper with variable contrast in warm tone that is particularly suitable for the portrait photography and for working in s. c. retro style.
Produces a silver image tone shading from brown-green to warm brown that can be influenced using various types of developers
The paper base on which the paper is made is colored in compliance with the tone of the developed silver and this accentuates a rich scale of warm halftones shading from light cream to a saturated brown/green/black
Because of a lowered speed the paper is mainly suitable for contact works, but it can be used as enlarging paper as well. The contrast of Fomatone MG can be varied in a large grade scale from extra soft to hard using color filters
For obtaining warmer tones of the developed silver shorter developing times are recommended, the best ones are up to three minutes in dependence on the type of developer
It is important to stop the developing process before fixing and to follow the recommended processing; any deviation could cause heterogeneity of the gray areas on the print. For expressing the image tone, other special developers for warm tone are recommended such as Agfa Neutol WA, Tetenal Neutral type Liquid and others
In the Box
Foma Fomatone MG 333 Warmtone Resin-Coated Paper (8x10,100 Sheets)
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The processing of Fomatone MG does not differ from other Foma papers. Any usual developers can be used, but the Fomatol LQN and Fomatol P baths are particularly recommended
A very rich halftone scale from shining white to deep black
Double weight, 180g/m2
Variable (grade O) to hard grade (4)
The same safelights can be used as with other usual papers, i. e. is yellow-green, orange or red lights (filter such as Osram Duka 50, Agfa G7, Kodak OC, Durst Sanat, Ilford SL 2, Ilford 902)