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Old 16th March 2009, 07:41 AM
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When Ilford launched Galerie (many, many years ago) they described is as a Bromo-chloride paper.

I think they were trying to say that it was neither Warm or Cool Toned but Neutral Toned Paper.

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What they were implying was that Galerie is slightly warmer toned than Ilfobrom their old Bromide paper, but while not a warm toned paper it still has the increased flexibility that is inherent in Bromo-chloride emulsions.

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Galerie also changes colour when toned more readily than MGFB and not anywhere nearly as enthusiastically as WTFB

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Can anyone please give us an update on what non-multicontrast fibre based papers are available as new stock? Especially any silver chloride or chloro-bromide papers. Thank you.

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FOMABROM is still available as a graded paper (soft, neutral, hard) - and it is quite an old-school paper, although I am not an expert to judge whether it is chloro-bromide or not. I can make some inquiry if it's needed.
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I believe that the Slavich papers, available from Silverprint, are Graded papers
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Lodima - Would only use as a contact printing paper, it is also very expensive. But I recently had word that a new production run is to commence and the current prices will be held for early orders.
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Foma Fomalux.
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Foma Fomalux.
Yes, that one also, very nice paper, very slow, silver rich, and I believe that I've read it's chloro-bromide, IIRC. Fixed grade, called by foma "special grade", which usually means something between soft and normal.
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Ilfobrom Gallerie is a graded paper that is still produced.
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Most papers produced today are a mix of chloride and bromide. depending on the pecentages of each chemical affects how warm or cold they are.

Chloride rich papers tend to have a slower developing time and warm in tone.

Bromide rich papers tend to have a faster developing time and colder in look. kentmere Rc works this way.

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