Ilford Ilfobrom Galerie Fiber-Based Paper (8 x 10", Grade 3, 25 Sheets, Glossy)

Ilford Ilfobrom Galerie Fiber-Based Paper (8 x 10", Grade 3, 25 Sheets, Glossy)

Ilford Ilfobrom Galerie Fiber-Based Paper (8 x 10", Grade 3, 25 Sheets, Glossy)

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Ilford Ilfobrom Galerie Fiber-Based Paper (8 x 10", Grade 3, 25 Sheets, Glossy)

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  • Double Weight
  • Bright White Base
  • Neutral Image Tone
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This is a 25 sheet box of 8 x 10" grade 3 Ilfobrom Galerie FB Paper from Ilford. This is a traditional, graded, black and white photographic printing paper on a double weight 255g/m2 fiber base.

Prints made on this paper have deep, rich blacks, brilliant whites and an excellent tonal rendition. Ilfobrom Galerie FB has a bright white base tint, which will not yellow with prolonged washing, and a neutral image color in all viewing conditions, giving outstanding quality and excellent overall print appearance. These qualities can be relied upon from print-to-print and batch-to batch. Ilfobrom Galerie FB can be used with virtually all safelights for black and white papers.

Rich blacks and bright whites
Will not yellow with prolonged washing
Excellent choice for archival prints for museums, collections and exhibitions
UPC: 019498168017
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Paper Type Negative
Base Type Fiber Base / Double Weight
Basis Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
Surface Finish Glossy
Contrast Grade 3
Tone Neutral
Paper Handling Amber, Brown Filter (15 W Bulb)
Quantity 25 Sheets
Width 8" / 20.3 cm
Length 10" / 25.4 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight 1.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.8 x 8.7 x 0.7"
Ilfobrom Galerie Fiber-Based Paper (8 x 10", Grade 3, 25 Sheets, Glossy) is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finest paper for me This exhibition grade silver gelatin paper is very versatile, tones well and has a brilliance and luminescence that captures the eye from a distance. Compared to other papers I've used, it is simply more elegant and refined. The quality and weight of the mid-tones really sets it apart with the impression that one could walk right into the image. Controlling high value separation can be achieved not only by developer temperature and dilution, but also by short enlarger time combined with longer development. Toning works best for me with selenium-water solution after a 10 minute prewash. I use this paper for exhibition.
Date published: 2013-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best paper I've ever used - period I'm a fine art photographer who exhibits in galleries and museums. I make my living this way, so it is imperative that the image quality of my work loosens up purse strings. I've been hemming and hawing for a couple years over making the financial jump to Ilfobrom Galerie, while seeking out offerings from Eastern Europe and Russia that might be good enough. For the past couple years I've been using graded paper from Russia with satisfying results, but this paper has become difficult to obtain. So, I made the leap to Galerie to give it a try. I printed a negative on Galerie that I had recently just printed on the Russian paper. First of all, there are several ways to achieve that fine balance of contrast, mid low and high value separation, and dimensionality with the Galerie. One can utilize the standard flashing and developer dilution options, but the Galerie keeps developing in the soup for incredibly long times without fogging, so you can shorten enlarger time and lengthen development to eke out those stubborn highlight values. And/or, use stronger dilutions of toner to punch dmax. I laid the 2 prints side-by-side and the Galerie just trounced my old stand-by with weightier midtones and sparkle, and a 3-dimensionality from a superior selenium tone split at 1:5(water) for 2 minutes. And, it will change image color if you prewash and dilute the toner with water instead of hypo-clear. Try it for yourself. Step back and see which one grabs you. Yeah. I'm in. Keep it coming!
Date published: 2013-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Versatile Paper With a developement time of 90 seconds to 6 minutes, without fogging, this paper is unique. On my Omega D2, condenser head, I made a print with 24 second exposure and a 90 second developement time that produced a great print, but at a 12 second exposure with a 6 minute developement time the print showed many delicate shades of gray not obtainable before. For archival prints for museums and exhibitions, this is the paper to use.
Date published: 2012-02-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ILFOBROM GALERIE FB This is a great fiber base paper albeit a bit to glossy for me. The tonal range is nice and blacks are deep. It is one of the few graded papers on the market and it still comes in G2, G3 and G4. Also good for contact printing.
Date published: 2012-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Great product!
Date published: 2016-09-23
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