Harman By Hahnemuhle Gloss Baryta Inkjet Paper (13 x 19", 30 Sheets)

Harman By Hahnemuhle Gloss Baryta Inkjet Paper (13 x 19", 30 Sheets)

Harman By Hahnemuhle Gloss Baryta Inkjet Paper (13 x 19", 30 Sheets)

B&H # HAGB131930 MFR # 13633036
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  • 320 gsm
  • Smooth, White, Glossy Finish
  • Multi-Coated, 100% Alpha-Cellulose
  • Archival Quality
  • Wide Tonal Range
  • Reminiscent of Traditional Photo Papers
  • Compatible with Dye and Pigment Inks
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This is a 30-sheet box of 13 x 19" Gloss Baryta from Harman by Hahnemuhle . This is a true Baryta paper which has been refined for inkjet printers and mimics the look of traditional photographic fine art media. This archival paper has a smooth, white, glossy surface and can display an amazing tonal range, ideal for B&W images. It is compatible with dye- and pigment-based inks in both B&W and color and you will be surprised at the depth and vibrancy this paper can deliver.

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Material Alpha Cellulose
Basis Weight 320 gsm
Thickness 12.5 mil / 0.32 mm
Opacity 98%
Brightness 1%
Single/Double-Sided Single
Surface Finish Glossy
Quantity 30 Sheets
Sheet Size (W x L) 13 x 19" / 33.02 x 48.26 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight 4.98 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 19.7 x 13.7 x 1.2"
Gloss Baryta Inkjet Paper (13 x 19", 30 Sheets) is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This Is The Exact Same Paper As Before Nothing has changed with this fine paper. Harman has simply partnered with Hahnemuhle to take advantage of Hahnemuhle's large distribution network. I've used this paper since before their partnership and can testify that it has always had a natural tendency to curl along the edges. This was noted years ago when the paper came to market. If anyone has any questions about this excellent photo paper, Google it and follow the link to an in depth review at (I believe) luminouslandscape. I'm an award winning photographer and insist on perfection in the final image. Believe me, this is a fine paper with true traditional photo-reproduction qualities.
Date published: 2011-01-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Excellent look and detail, but to much curl I spend a lot of time researching the right paper for fine art black and white prints, and the Gloss Baryta was the one that had the perfect look in terms of brightness, details and gloss. Unfortunately the paper (especially the larger sheets) has so much curl that makes it very hard to handle. If you do not counter curl every sheet before printing it will result in print head strikes wasting ink and paper. I also noticed a little bit of a wave when the print was framed. Despite the great look I will never use this paper again as I can't afford to waste the time, paper and ink it has cost me to make this paper work.
Date published: 2016-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great! I use Canon Pro-10 to print photos. Found this paper has some characteristics: 1.It's relatively stiff and the surface is not easily scractched and worn. 2.Although this paper is gloss,but it seems that it has a layer of film on the above, so that the reflection will not diffuse will not produce dazzling glare. It's like alayer of soft film wrapped around paper. 3.The printed landscape photo looks like a big slide. The colors are saturated and bright. This paper prints out the color depth contrast of the highter gamut is wider. 4.If you want to print a calendar hanging on the wall or indoor,this paper is very suitable.
Date published: 2017-11-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too much curl This paper will most likely damage your print head. The head strikes the edge of the paper because of the curl. This paper is practically useless, resulting image gets damaged, wasted ink. Need to properly flatten the paper.
Date published: 2017-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Harman Gloss inkjet paper As a long-time photographer (since 1953!), I see, think in b/w. Harman Gloss is the closest I have been able to get to maintaining the look of a fine, selenium-toned digital print. Looks good with color as well, but, that is secondary to my b/w. 17x25 size is available. The surface is fragile, so is best if framed. Cost is a bit on the high side.
Date published: 2015-07-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The only paper of its kind This is the only baryta inkjet paper that, for me, has the surface of a traditional gloss baryta paper. In my opinion the other barytas have far too much stipple and look like other semi-gloss papers in this respect. Not that the Canson, Hahnemuhle, and Ilford barytas aren't great papers but they're similar surface wise. I've also had a problem with the gloss differential when using these papers, save for the Canson platine which is a totally different beast and is another paper which stands out in its singularity. In comparison, the Harman surface looks like traditional Oriental FB papers and there is -no- gloss differential when printing with K3 inks. This is particularly important to me as I often work with multiple images on the same print and I don't want the white of the paper to have a different gloss than the inked portion. I've used this paper for both b+w images and color and while it's great for black and white, I use this as my go-to paper for color. The gamut and dmax are excellent, the paper itself is very durable and doesn't scratch as easily as the Ilford and Canson (which will scratch if you give them a funny look). Regarding the curl problem mentioned, I haven't found the larger sizes (beyond 8.5 x 11) to have a problem with curling but it's worth noting that the smaller size does have this problem. With this paper just make sure you set the platen gap of the printer to wide. It's a great paper, definitely one worth trying!
Date published: 2014-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Straight out of the box, this is great paper. I created a custom ICC profile and this paper rocks. Amazing tones, great depth, crisp blacks, it's all there. I could almost smell the fixer.
Date published: 2015-03-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Sorry that this paper has changed Color reproduction is similar to the original Harman Baryta. Newer Harman by Hahnemuhle is a thicker paper and it curls. The only way to get it through my Epson R2400 without having the edges nicked or shredded is to flatten the paper for 24 hours. Not happy about that at all.
Date published: 2010-11-26
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