• compatibility with dye or pigment inks;
• instant drying;
• resistance to water;
• paper developed to meet the requirements of galleries and museums, and to comply with standards on conservation: buffered to prevent any deterioration due to the action of the atmosphere (CO2, ozone, etc.), moisture or other harmful emissions; certified acid-free to avoid any deterioration of the paper
they even have a RC paper that looks like real photo paper!
Ed is a wealth of information about paper, you can learn all sorts of stuff and ask tons of questions. You could learn what paper works best for your methods, and so much more!
Don't miss this opportunity to learn. Tell us what types of new sample papers you're interested in and we may just make some room for it.....if we can.