Since most "140 lb." papers feel pretty heavy, and my experience with
Arches certainly confirms that, I would not have expected it would have
been any different.
> As to the paper, it was specifically designed to handle large images,
> up to 30 x 40 in., although it may be supplied most commonly as half
> sheets. To this effect, there are two watermarks per sheet, so you
> will be able to see it even if you get the smaller size.
This is the third time now that I have heard someone tell me about the two
watermarks. I'm actually somewhat more interested in how the paper works
with platinum emulsions. Does it take the emulsion well? What are the
characteristics of the final print - both sensitometerically as well as
subjective, especially when compared with other papers. Did you actually
print anything on this paper yet?