I revisited one of my photos which I previously printed on resin-coated paper. This time, I used fiber-based paper. The difference is striking: the additional tonal range adds another dimension to this FB print compared to the RC print. There warmth that is a characteristic of FB paper is noticeable. Unfortunately, this scan doesn’t give justice to the original. FB prints require a 2nd fixer and are very fragile when wet. The extra time (and money) spent on using FB paper is well worth it, especially if one is after high-quality archival prints.