Red River Paper Media Roundup
Red River Paper Palo Duro Baryta Fiber Wins Hot One Award
Offering the rich tonality, depth and feel of a darkroom fiber paper, Palo Duro Baryta Fiber 300 has a lightly textured semigloss surface in a neutral white that's well suited to portraits and landscapes. Sizes range from 4x6 inches to a 44"x50' roll. From $19.95
Red River Paper Palo Duro Etching Wins Hot One Award
Made from 100-percent cotton rag, Palo Duro Etching is a fine art paper with just the right amount of texture without distracting from the details. This OBA-free archival paper is ideal for museum quality and conservation grade prints.
Red River Paper Proud Educational Partner of Tony Corbell & Rob Hull Photographic Workshops
After conducting more than 600 workshops and seminars to photographers from all walks of life throughout the world, Tony Corbell has partnered with Dallas area photographer and workshop leader Rob Hull.To add further value to the workshop experience, Tony and Rob invited Red River Paper to participate and share its years of expertise with “all things inkjet printing.”
Palo Duro SoftGloss Rag Photo Paper Review at Shutterbug
Print surface decisions are usually conditional, that is, they depend on the look you want for each image and how you might intend to display the print later. There is a general wisdom that states that glossy surfaces make prints look “sharper” and matte makes them look “softer”, although that softness is more in overall tone and mood (and ink dispersion) than edge definition.
Red River Paper Review at Imaging Resource
Along with a greeting card sample pack, Red River Paper also sent me a fine art sample kit and a variety of larger paper sizes to try out. During the course of my Epson P800 review, I tested out the papers that Red River sent me and came away very impressed.
How to Properly Light a Printed Photo in Your Home
Featuring expert input from Red River Paper's Drew Hendrix.
Inkjet printer users have long sought paper with a sturdy weight and feel. Heavy paper communicates a sense of value and artistic importance.To meet this need, Red River Paper recently introduced 88lb. Polar Matte Magnum Card Stock. At 19 mil thickness, the new paper is the heaviest and thickest photo matte paper on the market today.
San Gabriel Baryta SemiGloss 2.0 brings back the look of traditional fiber prints from the heyday of chemical darkrooms. The paper has a lightly textured surface,which adds depth, distinction, and an elegant reflectivity to the finished print. San Gabriel Baryta SemiGloss 2.0 has a pleasant warm tone that adds natural richness to portraits and landscapes.
One of my favorite companies, Red River offers a potpourri of papers, from inexpensive RC and matte photo papers to recycled and specialty papers. Their Aurora fine art paper is gorgeous and reasonably priced. It’s definitely worth purchasing a sample pack and playing with the different types.
2006 Inkjet Paper Buyers Guide
"...Their papers produce excellent results on almost any printer."
"Red River Paper is outstanding when used in today's new photo printers."
"Red River Paper...produced spectacular results...and did an excellent job of holding color and detail."
Featured in the November 2002 issue of Shutterbug Magazine as an Editor's Pick for Top Photo Tools of 2002.
Last updated: January 29, 2020