BERGGER Pancro 400 is a two emulsion film , composed with silver bromide and silver iodide. They differ by the size of their grain. These properties allow a wide exposure latitude. The two emulsions are panchromatic, and are stabilized by high tech systems.
BERGGER Pancro 400 in cut sheets is coated on a 175 microns PET base. It is designed with an undercoated anti-halation layer which clarifies during processing, and a anti-curling layer.
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Linhof Studio are the official UK importer of Harrison.
The Harrison Changing Tents are a cross platform product; originally produced for the film industry they are now used by many large format photographers. Essentially they are a packable portable darkroom, and are designed with practical, field-tested features for loading or unloading valuable film outdoors or on location. Continue reading
Bergger have reintroduced their Pancro 400 film, it is available in sizes 4×5, 5×7 and 10×8.
Bergger Pancro 400 is composed of two emulsions containing silver bromide and silver iodide which differ from each other by the size of the grain . This allows the film to achieve an extremely wide exposure latitude . Continue reading
Grant Frost is another customer of ours who has escaped the UK for a sunnier climate, in Australia. Grant has always been an avid photographer, and shoots on an Alpa SWA, he has always enjoyed taking abstract images “I’m certainly more interested in shapes and abstracts, rather than photographing ‘recognisable things’”.
After Paul Taylor, one of the best photogravure printers in the world, expressed an interest in publishing Grant’s work, he decided to exhibit his work, and has now started printing his work using palladium printing, in the article below it explains why he uses this style of printing.
Below is a video showing the process of Palladium printing while a couple of Grants prints are being made. Continue reading
Bergger INKJET Papers
Bergger is a French company who have been making Fine Art photographic paper and film since 1995.
Carrying on the European tradition of beauty and quality begun over a century ago by legendary French manufacturer Guilleminot, Bergger offers the finest photographic products available on the market today. Continue reading