The surface of Harman Glossy mimics air dried fibre gloss papers so many of us remember from darkrooms past. It’s the perfect bridge between historic photo techniques and the latest digital printing technology.
Harman Gloss is designed to produce high quality images with pigment inks. It uniquely incorporates a layer below the ink-receiving layer called Baryta. Baryta is a special coating that is traditionally applied to fibre photographic paper base prior to coating with the emulsion layers. The technical benefits of this layer include greater detail and definition, extended tonal range, and excellent archival properties. In addition Baryta coated fibre papers have a unique look and feel which have become the standard for fine art photographers worldwide over the course of more than a century. The paper contains Alumina, which gives a high degree of glossiness, optical image density and vibrancy.