Print Your Landscapes: Red River Palo Duro Baryta Fiber Paper Review

With Red River Palo Duro Baryta Fiber Paper, the details in your photos will pop.

I’ve always admired how Red River created good paper at an affordable price point, but the Red River Palo Duro Baryta Fiber paper had me scratching my head despite the great details it rendered. The best way to describe it involves thinking a bit like watching an old school movie or even a more recent one shot on film. When you watch a beautiful movie shot on 70mm these days, you see specks and grain. That’s how Red River Palo Duro renders despite having a whole lot of detail. Why does it do this? To be honest, it beats the hell out of me. And even now I’m not sure I like it. But I respect the fact that it’s so different than anything else out there. The paper is said to mimic the look and feel of one of Ansel Adams’ favorites.

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Red River Palo Duro Baryta Fiber Paper Mimics an Ansel Adams Favorite

Palo Duro Baryta Fiber is Red River’s latest paper for those who want professional, museum-quality prints.

Whether you’re a print enthusiast or have yet to print your best snaps professionally, Red River’s new paper offering could be a great option for you. The Palo Duro Baryta Fiber 300 boasts rich tonality, depth, and feel of traditional wet darkroom fiber paper, promising prints that will meet, if not surpass, gallery and museum expectations.

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