This 25-sheet pack of 11 x 17" Photo Rag Baryta Paper from Hahnemuhle features a 100% cotton base with a very finely textured gloss surface finish. The paper also contains barium sulphate to further enhance the density, color gamut, color gradation, and sharpness while maintaining the feel and quality of a traditional paper. It features a basis weight of 315 gsm, a thickness of 15.4 mil, a whiteness of 91%, and opacity of 97%, and is both instant drying and water resistant. The paper is also archival with no optical brightening agents (OBA) along with being acid free and calcium carbonate buffered. It comes on a 3" core.
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- 100% Cotton Paper
- Basis Weight: 315 gsm
- Thickness: 15.4 mil
- Whiteness: 91%
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Baryta Overview
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Baryta Specs
|Basis Weight||315 gsm|
|Thickness||15.3 mil / 0.39 mm|
|Storage Temperature||50 to 86°F / 10 to 30°C|
|Storage Humidity||35 to 65%|
|Sheet Size||11 x 17" / 27.9 x 43.2 cm|
|Package Weight||2.9 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||17.3 x 11.4 x 0.8"|
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Baryta Reviews
Never fails to deliver.
best art print
Expensive but worth it, especially for black and white prints
Best art paper
The best paper for prints
The best photo rag paper
The best photo rag paper for an ink jet printer that I've used.
Great for Black and white
This comes the closest to my favorite warm tone darkroom paper. Great depth of tone with a slight warm base. I have also used it for color, but love the B&W.
Beautiful high quality paper
Colors really pop with wide gamut but has that old world feel and quality. Very thick (315 GSM). My choice for fine art paper. My Canon printer seems to have an issue with double profiling from LR and PS so unable to use an ICC profile when printing but can get a good color match by editing based on the soft proof ICC profile and leaving the printing to manage the color output as I do when printing on Canon papers. Also it is worth noting that Hahnemuhle has a profile on their website for this paper and my printer, but Canon has a different profile for this paper and my printer on their website??? On top of that I found my print lab of choice has a totally different profile matched for this paper and their printer which they had custom made for them and even though my printer is completely different it is this profile I found to be the best match for me ; using the soft proof method in LR or PS. I cannot knock the paper for this as I would experience the same challenges with any non-Canon papers and my printer.
Epson papers are much better. Paper feels nice but expected more from the print.
Best paper for art prints
My favorite paper for fine art prints. A little expensive but worth it
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