Since then I have gotten stock on the Harman Inkjet papers for Beau Photo Supplies, we now regularly carry the Matt Cotton Smooth, Gloss Baryta and Gloss Art Fibre in 8.5x11, 13x19 and 17x22. There are five other choices such as, Matt Fibre Duo, Matt Cotton Textured, Gloss Art Fibre Warmtone, Gloss Baryta Warmtone, and canvas that are easy enough to special order in.
Here are some examples of the different papers and I have taken photos of them at a certain angle with the light hitting them so you can actually see the texture (or lack there of) on each of them. Most of these photos are also very close up too, in the hopes you can get a sense of what the texture looks like. We have sample books in store so you can feel them and see them in person however!
Gloss Art Fibre. 300 gsm, 100% alpha-cellulose, white, glossy.
Gloss Art Fibre Warmtone. 300 gsm, 100% alpha-cellulose, warmtone, glossy
Gloss Baryta. 320 gsm, 100% alpha-cellulose, white, glossy
Gloss Baryta Warmtone. 320 gsm, 100% alpha-cellulose, warmtone, glossy
Canvas. 450 gsm, poly-cotton, white
Matt Cotton Textured. 300 gsm, 100% cotton, white
Matt Cotton Smooth. 300gsm, 100% cotton, white.
An interesting bit of trivia I learned while researching Harman Inkjet paper is that the name Harman is the surname of the founder of Ilford, Alfred Harman.
Also that Hahnemuhle and Harman paired up to produce this paper together which is how they have had the ability to produce an inkjet paper that has the look and feel of traditional Ilford darkroom paper.
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