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Moab introduces Juniper Baryta Rag 305 at Photokina

Moab Paper is excited to announce the old-style darkroom paper has come a long way to develop into the Juniper Baryta Rag 305 which has just been launched at the Photokina Show in Germany this week. With the tremendous feedback from our Moab Masters and the outstanding interest from the attendees at Photokina, Moab is eager to launch the Juniper Baryta Rag in the states at PhotoPlus on October 30th. The image above was taken by Moab Master, Jim Graham and printed by Andy Biggs

The new Moab Juniper Baryta Rag 305 is a 100% cotton fiber paper that offers the density of a traditional darkroom FB-type paper to hold detail in the deep blacks of the shadow regions, while producing natural white highlights that’s enhanced with a slight fiber glossy surface texture. 

This double weight, true baryta (barium sulfate) coated inkjet fine art paper embraces the unique charm of silver halide by using state-of-the-art coating technology to bring a new method to an old tradition.

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PPE Seminar Sneak Peek: The Power of the Face

The PhotoPlus Expo will be here before you know it and Moab is estatic to attend the show yet again. Get ready to sign up for seminars including The Power of the Face with our newest Moab Master!

Who? Moab Master, Hernan Rodriguez

WherePhotoPlus Expo at the Javits Convention Center, NYC 

When? Thu, Oct 30, 2014 - 7:45 AM to 9:45 AM

What? The Power of the Face: A Roadmap to Great Portraits

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Take a journey as we explore the physical and psychological study of pulling back the multi-facet layers that are involved in identifying "markers" that will reveal your subject. We will cover behavioral profiling which can range from how your subject sits, to how they hold their hands. Also covered will be the study of your subjects facial structure, identifying anatomical flaws, and solving with corrective approaches for ultimate portraits. These applications apply to fashion, commercial portraiture, or the classic portrait. Some of these techniques have been used by the master painters which are relevant in creating the most flattering portraits of your subjects.