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This paper has built-in glaze to provide the maximum black density and overall print brilliance
Maximum gloss is achieved through hot air drying
Size: 8" x 10"
Offering commercial and creative printers a premium quality, high speed, variable contrast resin coated paper, VC Select gives the busy professional printer the quality alternative - superb image rendition with a high speed emulsion one stop faster than most
By cutting exposure times by 50%, VC Select can significantly reduce valuable production time
Deep, rich, neutral blacks, excellent tonal separation and crisp whites characterise this paper
VC Select offers image excellence, high emulsion speed, cool, crisp sparkling prints, backed by the quality and consistency of an ISO 9002 accredited manufacturer
VC Select is a black and white enlarging paper with a polyethylene coated base, coated with a variable contrast emulsion
Using standard colour filtration, contrast grades from 00 to 5 are achievable in half grade steps
VC Select is available in four separate surface finishes - Glossy, Satin, Fine Lustre and Fine Lustre Warmtone
Open only in a darkroom, illuminated by safelights Ilford 902 or Kodak OC containing 15W bulbs or equivalent
Red safelights may also be used
The safelights should be at least one metre from the paper at all times and good working practice of keeping exposure to safelight at a minimum should be adopted
Unused paper should be returned to its original packaging for storage
To optimise d.max, grade spacing and tonal rendition, a multicontrast chemical system such as Kentmere VC Select Plus Developer and Fixer is recommended, under both machine and dish development
Also recommended, in alphabetical order, are: Agfa Multicontrast, Champion B&W Multicontrast, Ilford Multigrade, Kodak Polymax and Tetenal Variospeed developers, together with their appropriate fixers
Equivalent products from other manufacturers should give similar results
We do not recommend conventional manual developers, which tend to inhibit both d.max and contrast
Detailed processing recommendations are included with all boxes and packages