Ilfobrom Galerie FB Matt

May 8, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Accessories, Film | 1 Comment |
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Ilford Photo has decided to re-introduce its Ilfobrom Galerie FB Matt Double Weight Baryta Fibre Base photographic paper. This product has been brought back into the range due to customer demand from users of this flagship range of Graded Silver Gelatin Baryta papers who have long requested a matt alternative. Available in Grade 2 only, the Ilfobrom Galerie FB Matt paper comes in sizes ranging from 17.8cm x 24cm all the way to 50.8cm x 61.0cm. Shipping starts in June 2014.

Ilford Press Release

ILFORD PHOTO RE-INTRODUCE ILFORD ILFOBROM GALERIE FB MATT

7th May 2014

The current ILFORD ILFOBROM GALERIE FB range of graded Double Weight Baryta Fibre Base papers in GLOSS Grade 2 and 3 is to be joined by a MATT surface in Grade 2 only.

This product has been brought back into the range due to customer demand from users of this flagship range of Graded Silver Gelatin Baryta papers who have long requested a MATT alternative.

Sizes from 17.8cm x 24cm all the way to 50.8 cm x 61.0 cm will be available in the UK and Europe in June, North America in July and the Far East and Australia by August.

Steven Brierley, Sales and Marketing Director of HARMAN technology Limited states ‘ The ILFORD ILFOBROM GALERIE FB range is rightly considered as the zenith in silver gelatin print making for the discerning photographer, printer and collector. At this level of print making HARMAN technology Limited have direct contact with many of the users and the clear request was to have a MATT alternative in the ILFOBROM GALERIE FB range. This decision is also clearly aligned with our stated strategy of keeping analogue photographers and printmakers supplied with the widest range of premium ILFORD PHOTO products that it is possible to produce’.



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#1 Lawrence Bredenkamp

This is good news for those of us who print - almost a dying breed in todays "view online" world.
Explaining to clients the impact good quality paper makes on prints, and hence the additional costs, has always been difficult. I often best to show them before they fully understand.
Not that I have many clients who would pay for this level.
My own personal preference is usually for a matt finish.

12:32 am - Friday, May 9, 2014