Baryta-based papersMore +
The BERGGER baryta papers own a worldwide reputation in professional laboratories. With their deep black density and choice of textures, BERGGER Prestige variable papers offer photographers exceptional supports for the printing of their negatives.
Workshop "The art of baryta-based printing"More +
Workshop "The art of baryta-based printing" with Fred Goyeau
Judging the right density of a print, adjusting the contrast, raising the blacks, drying the baryta-based paper... Fred Goyeau will teach you in his lab the techniques of baryta-based printing, proven by years of practice.
BERGGER Pancro 400More +
BERGGER Pancro 400
The modern classic grain film. Its unrivalled grey scale allows detailed highlights and deep shadows to be recorded on the same negative, even in high contrast situations. Adjustable from 160 to 1600 iso.
Cyanotype emulsionMore +
is an old monochrome photographic process that makes Prussian Blue print.