Fuji Fujicolor Crystal Archive Super Type II Color Enlarging Paper - 8x10" - 100 Sheets - Lustre Surface.

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  • Offers outstanding color reproduction
  • Increases print longevity
  • Improves long-term dye stability
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Fuji Fujicolor Crystal Archive Super Type II Color Enlarging Paper - 8x10" - 100 Sheets - Lustre Surface. Review:

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Great for any color darkroom

I am in a color photography class and have used only Fuji papers. This paper is great for beginners to professionals. The lustre paper is the perfect middle ground, not too glossy and not too matte. The only problem I had was printing in the darkroom, I started a new box of paper and the filter combination was a little off from the previous box of paper. I had to change the filters by around 7 points or so and then it was no problem. Other than that, great product! Also I'm glad I started with Fuji paper since as of recently Kodak doesn't make photo paper anymore.
Jackie at Adorama on 04/04/2010