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Retro Photographic announce Retro Original Printing-Out Paper

Retro Photographic announce Retro Original Printing-Out Paper - Gelatine silver chloride emulsion coated onto a double weight fibre paper

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Retro Photographic have added their own Retro Original brand of Printing-Out Paper to their product portfolio. Printing-Out Paper, or POP, has an excess of silver nitrate in the emulsion, the image being formed by the action of light alone - no developer is needed. Printing-Out Papers were introduced in the late 1800's and were the standard method of producing prints for decades and, still in production today, they are the longest-living photographic product having been marketed continuously for over 100 years.

Retro Original POP is a gelatine silver chloride emulsion coated onto a double weight fibre paper with a glossy surface with a very fine lustre. Available in a variety of popular sizes, including A4, and comes with full instructions.

Nigel Dear of Retro Photographic comments "Printing-Out Papers have great appeal as they use sunlight or daylight to produce the image directly in the paper which is nice to watch, processing is simple, just a rinse and fix, and they produce beautiful images tones. Plus, there is the added pleasure of producing a print in exactly the way as it was done in the 1800's'. He adds ' the A4 size is ideal for the digital guys who can output a digital negative on transparent film and produce a traditional, fibre based, print with proven archival stability in the garden and no darkroom!".

The papers are available directly from Retro Photographic on 0845 2262 647 or via the online webshop at www.retrophotographic.com.

 

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