FOMABROM Variant is a black-and-white, variable-contrast enlarging photographic paper on a baryta paper base. Its contrast can be varied in a large extent from extra soft up to ultra hard by using colour filters at exposure. The paper is designed for amateur, commercial and artistic photography as well as for other applications, is manufactured on an baryta paper base in a glossy and matt surface.
FOMABROM Variant IV 123 is variable contrast paper produced on a baryta double-weight paper base, with square weight 280 g/m2. The contrast can be varied from extra soft to ultra hard, controlled using yellow and magenta filters during exposure. The paper features a very rich half-tone scale over all contrast grades, a slightly cream-coloured tone base and saturated blacks. The surface is finished in fine-grain type and in semi-matt gloss degree.
FOMATONE MG Classic Variable-contrast, black and white photographic paper with warm image tone, preferably suitable for portrait photography and retro-style work, etc. FOMATONE MG Classic is manufactured on a baryta paper base (double weight) in glossy, semi-matt and fine-grain surface.
FOMATONE MG Classic 532-II, 542-II Variable-contrast, black and white photographic paper with warm image tone, preferably suitable for portrait photography and retro-style work, etc. FOMATONE MG Classic 532-II Nature and 542-II Chamois are manufactured on natural paper base (double weight) with slightly lustre smooth matt surface.
FOMALUX 111 Black and white photographic paper on baryta paper base (FB). On account of the low sensitivity the silver chloride emulsion, the paper is designed primarily for contact printing used in portrait and landscape photography. The paper is characterized by a rich halftone scale, soft reproduction of lights and saturated blacks. The Fomalux paper is available in glossy surface and one fixed grade.
PHOTOGRAPHIC EMULSION The photographic emulsion enables creating works of great value both in artistic and photographic respect. The emulsion features medium contrast and extremely high covering power which enable gaining a wide scale of halftones even by a relative high yield of 3 to 6 sq. m. per 1 kg of emulsion. An advantage of this high-speed emulsion are short exposures which make large size enlarging possible. With the majority of developers, this emulsion gives a neutral to mildly warm image tone. The emulsion can be spread on the most different bases, as e. g. wood, textile, glass, china, ceramics, metals, leather, stone, concrete, plaster etc.