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    Re: future of B&W

    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Van Nes View Post
    I thought that ship had sailed long ago. I was not aware that they were still making B&W paper.
    Note that the thread was launched in 2005. That is indeed when the Kodak paper ship sailed.

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    Re: future of B&W

    Nothing could be easier than making silver gelatin printing paper, so there's that. (The exception [to date] is VC paper.)
    Denise Ross
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    Re: future of B&W

    Freestyle has over 300 listings for B&W paper, so no need to make paper at this time.

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    Re: future of B&W

    I'm not worried that B&W paper will disappear altogether anytime soon. However, the offerings are limited. The different listings are mainly different size sheets and package sizes. Some variety in surface textures.

    No criticism intended. That they do what they do is wonderful. Every one of those companies is a treasure.
    Denise Ross
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    Re: future of B&W

    http://www.thelightfarm.com/

    Is an evolving treasure

    Thank you Denise Ross
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