Epson Exhibition Fiber Paper (17 x 22", 25 Sheets)

Epson Exhibition Fiber Paper (17 x 22", 25 Sheets)

Epson Exhibition Fiber Paper (17 x 22", 25 Sheets)

B&H # EPEFPC25 MFR # S045039
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Product Highlights

  • Traditional Wood Fiber Base
  • Basis Weight: 325 gsm
  • Thickness: 13 mil
  • Brightness: 111%
  • Whiteness: 147%
  • Contains Optical Brightening Agents
  • Instant Drying
  • Surface Finish: Soft Gloss
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Epson S045039 overview

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Replicating the appearance and feel of a traditional F-surface darkroom paper, Epson Exhibition Fiber Paper aims to provide users with a beautiful soft gloss finish for their digital prints. A fiber base offers a professional feel with a weight of 325 gsm and thickness of 13 mil, making it an excellent choice for galleries and exhibitions. Also, by utilizing some optical brightening agents the paper is able to reach a whiteness of 147% and a brightness of 111%. This makes it possible to create prints with deep blacks and subtle tonal gradations, suitable for advanced black-and-white printing as well as long-lasting color prints. Additionally, this paper is instant drying.

This paper is available here as a 25-pack of 17 x 22" sheets.

UPC: 010343867536
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Epson S045039 specs

Material Alpha Cellulose
Basis Weight 325 gsm
Thickness 13 mil / 0.33 mm
Brightness 111%
Whiteness 147%
Single/Double-Sided Single
OBA Content Yes
Surface Finish Glossy
Storage Temperature 68 to 77°F / 20 to 25°C
Storage Humidity 40 to 60%
Quantity 25 Sheets
Sheet Size (W x L) 17 x 22" / 43.18 x 55.88 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight 8.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 25.2 x 20.3 x 1.7"

Epson S045039 reviews

Exhibition Fiber Paper (17 x 22", 25 Sheets) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 98.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Paper yet for nearly everything! This has become my go-to paper for most of my work. It has the feel that clients are looking for, while it displays colors in a rich, vibrant way. It's been perfect for wedding prints, exhibiting my personal work, and is affordable enough for me to keep my prices competitive. There are a few times that Epson's Luster has yielded a slightly better result, but that has been exceptionally rare. Honestly, I can't rate this high enough; if not because I like it, because the clients who pay me LOVE it. Btw, it handles B&W as well as anything I've used yet on my 3880.
Date published: 2011-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pricey but beautiful Fine art photographic paper choice is very subjective. The baryta evangelists are all over the board on what they consider the best paper. In my humble opinion the differences are subtle and, yes, personal. This is a great paper. Some say it is too white. White is white and this paper is, white, bright, vibrant, sharp and stunning especially when printed up using Ultrachrome HDR inks on my Epson 7900. I like it. My customers like it. When Epson offered their recent promotion, I snapped up a bunch of it. Too bad it doesn't come in rolls, but I must admit Epson packages the sheets extremely well, protecting the edges and corners better than any other paper manufacturer I have used. ... The profiles from Epson are quite good. This is a very fine paper. I will continue to use it. It sells.
Date published: 2010-01-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Has a very nice wow factor After printing out some of my images on this paper. I find it to be more vivid and have nice aesthetic rendering that is more pleasing than Epson's Glossy and Luster offerings. This paper renders warmer than Epson's Luster, appears to make greens a bit lusher. When a value is 100% white, there is less appearance of lack of gloss differential versus glossy due to the small scale paper stipple, which I find appealing.
Date published: 2010-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Foto Paper ! I've been really happy with the Epson Exhibition Fiber Papers of all sizes. I have used it for nature and portrait photography and I have been quite pleased with the results. I don't do much landscape work, but I think the paper would show well in that application as well. I print almost mostly on Epson printerss (a 2400 and a 3880) and have used the paper for B&W, as wall as color printing. These papers have been extremely consistent for me, providing very reproducible colors from print to print, and from box to box. The weight and texture of the paper make it ideal for most of my printing needs, and the price is very reasonable, given the quality of the product.
Date published: 2010-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Paper I have ever used. I print color photographs and this is the best paper I have ever used. Images are the sharpest I have ever seen them and the depth of color is extroadinary. The paper's finish can be easily scratched, so you have to be careful with it and keep it in the package it came in and then protect your prints when they are done. The thickness is quite good and reminds you of professional papers that were used for film printing. I used Epson's provided ICC profile on my Epson 3880 printer and the colors were very true.
Date published: 2011-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally, inkjet paper at its best! Here is the paper of the traditional darkroom user's dream. As a long time creator of darkrom prints I have been looking for an inkjet paper that would parallel the best wet paper processes. I look for a good fiber paper which has a solid feel. Epson Exhibition Fiber effectively reaches that standard and, in my opinion, even surpasses it. The surface recalls that of a fine fiber double weight glossy paper after it was washed, fixed, and air dried. It reproduces tonalities well, whether producing color or black and white prints. I especially like the 17x22 size since it is sturdy enough to take handling, despite its size, during the printer processing, without fear of damaging the surface. All in all, this Epson paper is capable of producing a print of exhibition quality. As a long time profesional photographer and former professor in the photography department of a New York State university, I back up my statement with years of experience. Finally, compared to other premium fiber papers being offered, I think it is very competitively priced at B&H.
Date published: 2010-03-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Exhibition Fiber Paper 17 x22 I am using this paper with an Epson 3880 and the results are pretty good. Getting borderless prints is tricky - the paper tends to skew. Do NOT feed sheet multiple sheets. As the paper drags across the other sheets in the feeder, it will mar the next sheet and damage the finish. I also set the platen gap to wide in the Epson driver; otherwise, the edges can be rough from the print head (guessing about this). The prints look good, but I prefer something with less shine. I would NOT buy this paper in a roll - it's very thick and removing any curl would probably be very difficult.
Date published: 2011-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from One of several very nice papers I won't say this is the best fiber, because that depends on what you like and how you use it. I like it very much for some things. It has a great surface and takes the pigments of an Epson 3880 beautifully. I would like it to be just a touch lighter. It's too much like cardboard for my taste, but does make it easy to mount. Harmann make a paper that is just a touch more like air-dried glossy and that will probably become my standard for black and white, but I think the Epson stands out when printing color.
Date published: 2012-07-25
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