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Slavich Unibrom EasyLith – Second Prints — 3 Comments

  1. Hello,
    I am wondering if you have any further experience with the differences between grades 2, 3, and 4 of Slavich Unibrom in Lith? I am looking into buying this paper, but am unsure which grade to buy. I have heard that the different grades exhibit different effects in their texture / Lith effect. Do you have any insights into this? Thank you!

    • Hi Eli, Apologies for late response, haven’t visited for a while!
      My experience with differing grades is limited, I only have 2 and 3. So far I have found that both exhibit similar properties, although the tendency to pepper fog seems more prevalent on the Grade 3. However, the many variables in lith processing may affect this. As a starting point I would suggest getting some Grade 2 and 3 and experiment under your own processing regime.

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